Kevin J. Chroman, Esq.
Family Law Attorney
I came to be a strong proponent of collaborative law and mediation quite naturally, as I believe that people in conflict typically possess the tools to resolve their conflict. This belief has been reinforced through my experiences with litigation. Divorce is an emotional and psychological event, as well as a legal event with financial consequences. By providing my clients with the professional resources to address their concerns through the collaborative model, their financial and emotional resources are preserved. Consequently, they are able to apply those resources towards their loved ones and towards their future. With the assistance of the professionals on the collaborative team, together with the confidential nature of the collaborative process, I find collaborative law is a safe, cost-saving, and smart alternative to litigation for those who place a value on a cooperative environment, a peaceful resolution for themselves and their family members, and building a healthy future.
Undergraduate B.A from University of California at Berkeley
Master’s Degree in Literature from DePaul University
Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School
Member of the California State Bar (2001 – present)
ADS (Affordable Divorce Solutions Practice Group)
IACP (International Academy of Collaborative Professionals)
CPCal Delegate (Collaborative Practice California, a statewide Collaborative Law association)
LACFLA Board Member (Los Angeles Collaborative Family Law Association; Public Education Committee and Affordable Divorce Committee)
Trained in Mediation (Woody Mosten 40-Hour Mediation Course)
Trained in Collaborative Law.(Redwood Empire 40-hour Course)
Adjunct Professor of Collaborative Clinic at Loyola Law School