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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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Collaborative law consists of the two clients and their collaborative lawyers which form the base of the collaborative team. The team may be joined by both a neutral financial practitioner and a neutral mental health professional / facilitator. All lawyers and professionals have specific training and experience in the collaborative process. All parties pledge not to go to court.

Because all parties, lawyers, and neutral professionals pledge not to go to court, the team ensures a safe platform for full-disclosure discussions and negotiations between parties. This is solidified by your attorney’s agreement to withdraw from further representation if a settlement cannot be reached or one of the parties opts out of the collaborative process. This eliminates the risk that information can be used against you if the dispute must go to court.

The collaborative process involves negotiations between both parties with the assistance of the collaborative professionals. This is all done outside the courtroom eliminating the need for hearings, filing of pleadings and formal discovery. Decision-making rests with the parties not a judge and they decide when and where to negotiate. Disputes are resolved based on fully disclosed information in the transparent process.

Since the well-being of both parties, children, and future outcomes are considered, the collaborative process produces no winners or losers in the sense of a combative arena. Instead, it takes all elements into consideration and seeks the outcome that is best for all involved.

Contact Attorney Ferrante today

To learn more about our divorce and separation mediation services, schedule a consultation. Call the Divorce Mediation Center of Fairfield County, LLC at 475-289-7801 or contact us online