A satisfying expression for litigants may be “see you in court,” but seasoned attorneys and judges will acknowledge some matters are better resolved before they end up on the docket.

This philosophy underscores a national trend toward alternative dispute resolution, which has largely revolutionized the approach to divorce law, among others. And if a group of 16 Connecticut attorneys has its way, an out-of-court approach will soon become more popular across other fields and practices.

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