Which Divorce Would You Rather Have? by Michelle Daneshrad, CFL-S Completion Law Firm, Woodland Hills, California Isabelle is standing at the top of a sloping brick driveway. Her sister stands beside her. She is practicing in her mind the words she was trained to say. As her dad’s red SUV finally reaches the front door, […]
The Quality of Mercy: Collaborative Practice, Forgiveness, and Healing by Lynette Berg Robe, Family Law Specialist Law Offices of Lynette Berg Robe, Encino, California Back when email was brand new, I chose the email moniker, Portia1000@aol.com. I chose this because Portia, a female character in Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice” dresses up like a man […]
The Painful Path of Divorce Litigation by Emily F. Robinson, Esq. Law Offices of Emily F. Robinson, Westlake Village, California As I sit here in a Los Angeles family law courtroom, watching two parents fight over custody of their young son, I can’t help but think there must be a better way to do this […]
FDS members Warren Sacks, CPA, CFF and Stephanie Maloney, CFP ®, CDFA ™ Discuss Their Role at Los Angeles Conference Contact: Gayle Lynn Falkenthal, APR 619-997-2494 or firstname.lastname@example.org Sherman Oaks, California Couples considering divorce are often surprised to learn they have process options other than going to court. In the Collaborative Divorce process, couples find […]
Divorcing spouses who are tired of aggressive attorney rhetoric should give Family Divorce Solutions or other local practice groups in your area a serious look.