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  • Wilton Office

    Address

    15 River Road,
    Suite 15 B,
    Wilton, Connecticut 06897

    Phone

    475-289-7801

  • Danbury Office

    Address

    83 Wooster Heights Road,
    Suite 125,
    Danbury, Connecticut 06810

  • Westport Office

    Address

    8 Wright Street,
    First Floor,
    Westport, CT 06880

    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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  • 5.0/5.0

    Divorce is already a difficult process, then you have to place trust in the hands of a stranger to guide you through the process. Rosemarie was respectful of our time, our goals in mediation and our budget. Can’t speak highly enough of ho...
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  • 5.0/5.0

    Rosemarie was patient, clear, and incredibly compassionate during my divorce and simultaneous diagnosis with breast cancer. With Rosemarie's help and guidance, my ex-husband and I were able to navigate a difficult time with ease and grace.

    — Client

  • 5.0/5.0

    Rosemarie was professional, efficient and fair in our mediation. We got through the process quickly, and with compassion and fairness at the center of all discussions. Despite the fact that divorce is never easy, Rosemarie made the process ...
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  • 5.0/5.0

    I had a great experience working with Rosemarie regardless of the chaotic time I went through with the divorce. She is super professional and pleasant to work with. I came out of every meeting feeling more confident and supported. She deliv...
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  • 5.0/5.0

    It was a pleasure working with Rosemarie. She helped us through a difficult time to make the divorce process as stress free as possible. Would happily recommend her to others. She was also conscious of our budget being efficient to keep t...
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The Role of the Mental Health Neutral (MHP) in a Collaborative Divorce

Including a mental health professional (MHP) in a collaborative divorce offers significant benefits, particularly for children. An MHP facilitates communication, helps manage living arrangements, guides conversations with children, and assists in creating child-centered parenting plans. This holistic approach ensures the emotional well-being of the entire family, making the divorce process smoother and more constructive. Read More

The Role of a Co-Parenting Counselor in Divorce

What is the role of a Co-Parenting Counselor? While the dissolution of a marriage may signify the end of one relationship, it marks the beginning of another – coparenting. This Read More

Tackling Collaborative Divorce in Connecticut, An Interview with Rosemarie Ferrante, in Lawyer Monthly

The growth and acceptance of alternative dispute resolution in family matters is encouraging to see, thank you Lawyer Monthly for asking me to share my experience as a collaborative divorce Read More

What Is a Healing Separation and How it Can Help Your Relationship Prior to Deciding Upon Divorce?

A healing separation is a temporary separation of two partners who are struggling in their relationship. A healing separation is intended to give couples the time and space they need Read More

What is the Role of a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst in Divorce Mediation and Collaborative Divorce?

Divorce is a challenging and emotional process, fraught with many complexities, especially when it comes to finances. While legal expertise is paramount in ensuring that all rights are protected and Read More

One Home or Two? Should We Separate during the Divorce Process?

The process of divorce can be emotionally draining, tumultuous, and challenging for all parties involved. Amidst the whirlwind of feelings, some couples may find it beneficial to engage in a Read More

Why Ending No-Fault Divorce Could Be Harmful

No-fault divorce has faced criticism from those who believe it has made divorce too easy and has contributed to a decline in the sanctity of marriage. Proponents of repealing no-fault Read More

How Mediation Can Help When Creating a Prenuptial Agreement

A prenuptial agreement, commonly referred to as a prenup, serves as a contract for two individuals preparing to unite in marriage, with the primary purpose being to establish a clear Read More

Two Options for a Non-Adversarial Divorce Process

Considering a divorce? If you're exploring your options, you've probably read about divorce mediation and collaborative divorce. While these nonadversarial processes have much in common, there are key differences you Read More

The Benefits of Mediating Your Divorce

For many individuals, divorce can seem like an extremely intimidating and overwhelming process. Divorce is often portrayed as highly adversarial and emotionally draining, and many partners worry that their children, Read More

8 Ways to Emotionally and Financially Prepare for Divorce

Thank you Legal Scoops for sharing my succinct advice for preparing for divorce: "Emotional and financial preparation is essential to ensure a smooth legal divorce process. Exploring options such as discernment Read More

Podcast with Beverly Price- Her Empowered Divorce

At the Divorce Mediation Center of Fairfield County, LLC, our family law attorneys frequently utilize both divorce mediation and collaborative divorce processes for our clients and can provide experienced guidance in both settings. Read More

You’re Ready to Proceed with Divorce, but your Spouse Is Not: What Now?

What do you do when you are certain that divorce is the right path for your family, but your spouse isn’t on board? While it is typical for one spouse Read More

Ending No-Fault Divorce Is a Scary Suggestion

The whole conversation of going back to the time when we didn’t have no-fault divorce, when we have made such advancements in normalizing healthy divorce, is mind-blowing.I left litigation to Read More

Interview with Ridgefield Moms!

Tell us about your background and your family, and how long you have lived in Ridgefield?I’m originally from NY, attended college and law school in NY and began practicing family Read More

Living Apart, Together

Very often spouses feel that they have lost pieces of themselves during their marriage. In this age of self-care and emotional evolution, a new trend is emerging where couples are Read More

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