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A New Way to Divorce, Collaboratively

by Alison Kramer

Raleigh, NC- The largest divorce firm on the East Coast, Rosen Law Firm, says more and more of its clients are resorting to collaborative divorce. Collaborative divorce made its way to North Carolina in 2003 and has been gaining popularity ever since.

As of 2004 there were 35 states that offered collaborative divorce, a process created over a decade ago by Stuart G. Webb, a Minnesota family attorney.

"Collaborative divorce really gives people control over their destiny", says Lee Rosen, president of Rosen Law Firm and divorce attorney for twenty years. "This approach encourages a more peaceful resolution to marital conflict where people maintain very amicable relationships throughout the process and the threat of court isn't there".

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