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Yes, there is a better way to divorce in today's world -- Collaborative Law.

A child's spirit can die - sometimes forever - in a dissolving marriage. We all know that. Yet, some of us see divorce as a war in court - battling over custody, visitation rights and assets. Along the way, the system destroys relationships, prolongs the agony, and costs substantially more money than necessary.

If you or someone you care about must divorce, there is a better way. It's called Collaborative Law.

With the Collaborative Law approach, you have a professional team - two attorneys, a communications/counseling specialist, and a financial expert - all trained in the collaborative legal process. The Collaborative Law team guides you and your spouse to privately settle your disputes, outside of the public court system.

Taking the Collaborative Law path allows you the opportunity to direct your family's future while giving you the relief of having a team of knowledgeable, caring professionals looking out for the needs and rights of both parents and your children.

Contact any of the committed professionals in the Northeast Collaborative Professionals for more information and guidance on the better way to handle divorce.  

Front Row - Nancy Gordon, Janet Denton, Elaine K. Ryan
Middle Row - Lori Spearman, Kate Smith, Lisa Hoppes,
Diane Wanger, Kaye Lynne Boll
Back Row - Ellen LoBue, Cheri Measom, Scott Clarke,
Anita Cutrer, Linda Miller-deBerard

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