Wilton, CT Divorce lawyer Elizabeth A. Edwards utilizes her legal background and experience to instruct collaborative divorce classes through the Wilton Continuing Education program.
Wilton, CT (PRWEB) April 29, 2014
Wilton divorce lawyer Elizabeth A. Edwards utilizes her legal background and experience to instruct collaborative divorce classes through the Wilton Continuing Education program. Edwards teaches the continuing education course entitled, Collaborative Divorce alongside Richard Gibbons.
The course brings to light that divorce is an extremely difficult time for most couples and explains what options they have. The class describes alternatives to the traditional Connecticut divorce process such as collaborative divorce. Collaborative divorce is recognized worldwide as a method to bring honesty and integrity to the challenging divorce process.
Wilton divorce lawyer Elizabeth Edwards focuses the class on how the collaborative divorce model works and how this model differs from other legal procedures such as litigation and mediation. She also explains the Collaborative Divorce Agreement, a document signed by the couple and their attorney. Additionally, Edwards discusses which professionals couples should seek guidance from during a Connecticut collaborative divorce in relation to their children and finances.
Wilton family lawyer Elizabeth Edwards has over 25 years of legal experience. She is admitted to practice law in Connecticut, the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut and the U.S. Supreme Court. Edwards is the Owner and Principal Attorney at The Law Offices of Elizabeth A. Edwards, LLC located in Wilton, CT. The firm focuses its legal practice on divorce, family law, collaborative divorce, mediation, alimony and spousal support, child support and prenuptial agreements. In addition to family law, The Law Offices of Elizabeth A. Edwards assists clients with real estate and estate planning legal matters.
Edwards is an active member of the Connecticut Bar Association, Fairfield County Bar Association and Danbury Bar Association. She also participates in pro bono activities for the Georgetown Cultural Foundation and Georgetown Community Association.
If you are seeking legal assistance for a Connecticut family law or estate planning matter contact The Law Offices of Elizabeth A. Edwards to set up an initial consultation. Call 203-544-9945 or fill out the online contact form.