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Like other alternatives to the traditional litigated divorce, collaborative divorce is a more dignified way of separating that allows the spouses, the children, and even the assets, to emerge healthy. Collaborative divorce addresses the three dimensions of divorce; legal, emotional and financial. It is a process by which divorcing couples, together with specially trained professionals, work as a team to resolve disputes respectfully without going to court.
Collaborative Law is the latest trend in divorce. Its a process where both clients and both attorneys meet together in a series of four-way negotiations to achieve resolutions to matters such as finances and custody.
Spousal support in Connecticut is called alimony. The court may grant alimony to either spouse, and they consider a number of factors when doing so.
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