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Office Locations

  • Danbury Office

    Address

    83 Wooster Heights Road
    Suite 125
    Danbury, Connecticut 06810

  • Wilton Office

    Address

    15 River Road
    Suite 15 B
    Wilton, Connecticut 06897

    Phone

    475-289-7801

  • Westport Office

    Address

    8 Wright Street
    First Floor
    Westport, CT 06880

    Phone

    475-289-7801

  • Greenwich Office

    Address

    500 West Putnam
    Suite 400
    Greenwich, Connecticut 06830

    Phone

    475-289-7801

Testimonials

  • "Thank you so much for your guidance during a difficult process. Your support made it so much easier . . . and helped us maintain our post-divorce friendship and partnership as parents."

    - client
  • "I can’t thank you enough for your guidance during this process. It is overwhelming and you helped us navigate it all in a way that allowed us to move through it gracefully."

    - client
  • "Rosemarie was direct, compassionate, unbiased and extremely helpful. Would recommend for anybody looking to pursue mediation."

    - Client

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Ratings & Reviews

  • 5.0/5.0

    — Peer

  • 5.0/5.0

    Atty Ferrante provided divorce mediation services to me and my ex-wife. It was a lengthy and complicated process that was slowed down by the COVID pandemic and the sale of my medical practice however she stuck with us and helped us to push...
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    — Client

  • 5.0/5.0

    Rosemarie Ferrante is a thoughtful and ethical attorney with excellent mediation skills. I have acted as review attorney for many of her mediation clients and know her to be a very talented mediator. I always enjoy working with her.

    — Peer

  • 5.0/5.0

    Rosemarie was very fair and made sure both myself and my husband at the time were equally informed and represented. She supported our non-traditional mediation and offered expert advice and suggestions that went beyond the dividing of asse...
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  • 5.0/5.0

    Rosemarie was a pleasure to work with, and made what could have been a complicated situation seamless and easy - and quick!

    — Client

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Changing your Name Post-Divorce, A Checklist

Obtain your Judgment of Divorce from the Court A certified copy of your Divorce Judgment is an official duplicate of the original certificate issued directly from the county or courthouse where Read More

Divorce & Separation, Connecticut Edition, Is available now.

Rosemarie is proud to announce the release of Divorce and Separation, Connecticut Edition, edited with Lili Vasileff, CFP, national recognized leader in the field of divorce financial planning.The foundational principle Read More

Top Ten Reasons to Consider Divorce Mediation

1. Mediation puts children first.Mediation takes a child-centered approach. Nobody knows your children better than you, so why wouldn’t you and your spouse be the ones to make the important Read More

Co-Parenting, Yes, there's an App for That!

Sharing parenting responsibilities when you live in separate households can get a little tricky when you have multiple jobs, extracurricular activities, doctor appointments, sporting events, and so much more to Read More

Lawyer & Mediator Rosemarie Ferrante: “5 Things You Need to Know to Survive and Thrive During and After a Divorce”

An interview with Ilyssa Panitz, part of a series published in Authority Magazine (click for link). Read More

Divorce & Separation, Connecticut Edition, Coming Soon

Rosemarie is proud to announce the release of Divorce and Separation, Connecticut Edition, edited with Lili Vasileff, CFP, national recognized leader in the field of divorce financial planning. The foundational principle Read More

Living Together, Separating, Divorcing: Surviving During a Pandemic

The book is the work of over 70 leading Mediators and related professionals to help you deal with the loss of income, lack of accommodation, child care, and dealing with Read More

New Year, New You? 5 Considerations for those Contemplating Divorce in 2021

Every new year comes with new goals and new beginnings. There is a reason why divorce lawyers have a predictable uptick in calls every January. If you are contemplating divorce Read More

Details Matter! Don’t Overlook the Financial Details in Your Divorce Agreement. Rosemarie Ferrante, Catherine Shanahan & Karen Chellew

You did it! You and your spouse mediated your full divorce agreement. You diligently and cooperatively worked with your mediator and Certified Divorce Financial Analyst (CDFA). The business valuations were Read More

Co-parenting in the Face of COVID-19

As featured in Gabrielle Hartley's Better Apart Blog Nothing makes parents more anxious than threats of any kind to our children’s health and well-being. The COVID-19 pandemic has created a Read More

COVID 19 and Divorce: Tips for Self Distancing while Living Together With your Soon to be Former Spouse

As if the COV-19 pandemic hasn't triggered enough increased anxiety, living with your soon to be former spouse during this tumultuous time can add a whole other level of stress. Read More

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