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Our Connecticut Family Lawyer Explains Collaborative Divorce

Parents who want to give their children a better legacy than a bitter divorce may consider a collaborative divorce. This alternative keeps parents out of the courtroom and away from litigation in order to focus on the family. Discuss the possibility of pursuing a collaborative divorce with your Connecticut family lawyer to determine if it is a viable option.

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For more information on collaborative divorces, call a Connecticut family lawyer from the Law Offices of Piazza, Simmons and Grant LLC at (203) 348-2465.

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