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In a Collaborative Divorce, a parting couple decides to keep their personal lives out of the courtroom, thereby protecting their family’s privacy. With their Collaborative Divorce team, they work together respectfully to make wise decisions for everyone involved – themselves, their children, and their families.
As a Collaborative Professional, Ms. Train can help people move forward with their lives by providing a more personalized, positive divorce experience with long-term benefits to children and the parties.
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