Southington, Connecticut 06489
Hello! My involvement in numerous highly contentious divorce and custody matters over the past 32 years has taught me that there is a better way to resolve such issues--a way that is less emotionally and financially costly, that preserves the dignity of the parties, that focuses on the goals of the parties and, is fair to all, and most importantly benefits the children. If you select the Collaborative Process as the process to resolve your matter, you will be an active participant in the negotiations and outcomes of your case. You will be able to voice and share your concerns, fears, goals and desired outcomes. You will be heard! Often times, when people are facing life changes such as divorce, they feel as they have lost control of their lives. It is a very frightening! Courtrooms, depositions, motions, closed door meetings in which the parties are not involved only makes the process more frightening. In the Collaborative Process, there are no courtrooms until the case has resolved and the parties are present during the negotiations. They have more control over the outcome and are more likely to end up with a result that they are pleased with and that will enable them to move on. The Collaborative process offer a better way to resolve differences!
Professional ActivitiesAttorney DeNigris is a founding member of and currently serves as co-chair and member of the Central Connecticut Collaborative Family Law Group, founding member of the Connecticut Collaborative Divorce Lawyers Association and member of the Collaborative Divorce Team of Connecticut . She is a member of the Best Practices Committee for collaboration and mediation. She is also a Life Fellow of the James Cooper Fellows, Connecticut Bar Foundation. Ms. DeNigris is a member of the Guardian ad Litem Academy and Parental Alienation Task Force. She is a member of the American and Connecticut Bar Associations and serves as a Special Master for the Regional Family Docket, and the Hartford, New Britain and Middletown Family Courts.
Skidmore College, BA 1981
Ohio Northern University School of Law, JD 1984
CommentsCollaborative law is a significant part of my practice. I believe that it is the most efficient, productive, effective, civil and humane way to resolve disputes. On a personal note, I live with my husband of over 30 years in Wallingford, CT. I have two daughters and a dog named Brady. I enjoy the beach, outdoors, movies, reading, cheering on my children in their sporting events, NFL Football, College basketball and a good cup of coffee.