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Another Way Through Divorce - Collaborative Divorce

Collaborative Divorce is an alternative to the litigated divorce process that occurs in the courtroom. It is an alternative dispute resolution program using a team of professionals specially trained to interrupt disruptive conduct to accomplish the goals of the couple in terminating the marriage.

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The bottom line is that divorce is not fun. But it also does not have to be world war three. Collaborative Divorce offers an alternative to the normal adversarial court process. For more information about Collaborative Divorce, visit www.anelli-law.com; the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals at www.collaborativepractice.com or, in Ohio, the Central Ohio Academy of Collaborative Divorce Professionals at www.winwindivorce.org.

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