In Collaborative Divorce, the attorney’s job is not to undermine opposing counsel, their clients, or their positions. Rather, the lawyer tries to empower his or her own client and foster an environment where everyone including the other spouse can express themselves and reach a settlement in a healthy way.
Family Divorce Solutions Members Introduce UCLA Law Students to Collaborative Law Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Dr. James Walton, financial specialist Steven Garelick, and family law attorney Kevin Chroman spoke to UCLA law students in the course “Lawyers as Peacemakers,” taught by attorney Forrest “Woody” Mosten. In the course, students learn about the basic concepts,… [Read More]
US News Report: Collaborative Divorces Make Sense Tarzana, California For couples ready to part ways, those of us who practice Collaborative Divorce know it can often prevent the angry, destructive results of many divorce proceedings. U.S. News & World Report informed its readers in a helpful article how Collaborative Divorce allows a couple who once… [Read More]
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 email@example.com 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… [Read More]
Mediation or Collaborative Divorce? Why Not Both?Family Divorce Solutions member Fred Glassman, JD, presents his Medicollab™ Model at Upcoming Conference in Los Angeles Contact: Gayle Lynn Falkenthal, APR 619-997-2494 or firstname.lastname@example.org Sherman Oaks – With the emergence of the Collaborative Law Process, often referred to as Collaborative Divorce, as an option for families over the… [Read More]