Collaborative divorce is on an upward trend

Good Morning CT at Nine

(WTNH) — January is when most divorces are filed. Family attorney Jill Bicks explains why more people are doing collaborative divorce.

In addition to an attorney representing each party, a collaborative divorce usually involves neutral mental health and financial professionals.

Since most divorced couples remain connected through children or finances, collaborative divorce treats the process as a transition to reshape the family.

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