Reach A Compromise Using Collaborative Law
“Collaborative law” is an alternative to bringing your dispute to a traditional courtroom, and it’s usually quicker and cheaper. It can take two forms: negotiation and mediation.
In negotiation, both parties or their lawyers meet in a neutral setting and try to reach a compromise in person.In mediation, a neutral third party sits in on this conversation and guides both parties toward a mutually acceptable solution. We’ve got years of experience serving as both the neutral mediator — especially in divorce mediation — and in other cases as one spouse’s consulting attorney.
Reduce Your Stress By Hiring A Lawyer
Whether you’re facing divorce, modifying your child custody arrangement, or working through some other difficult family issue, we’re eager to help you climb over any hurdles and reach a resolution that works for you. To schedule an initial consultation in our Marin County or Sonoma County office, contact us online or call us at 415-457-4497.