If you are contemplating filing for
dissolution of marriage or have just been served with a Petition for divorce, you should
seriously consider exploring the various methods of alternative dispute resolution that
are available to you. Even if you are already in the middle of a divorce trial, you can
still resolve your family law issues by using Mediation or the Collaborative Divorce
process with much less acrimony, more control over your life and less financial expense
than if you leave all matters to be determined by a judge. Remember that, especially if
you are a parent, your well-being and the well-being of your children in the future will
depend upon how you resolve your disputes with your spouse now. If you can learn to
communicate effectively and reach agreements collaboratively, you can use these skills in
addressing conflicts that arise in the future.
At the Law and Mediation Offices of Judith C. Nesburn, we
handle all aspects of a divorce from the initial filing to post-judgment motions for modification of an existing divorce decree.
Judith focuses her practice on alternative means of dispute resolution and can educate you
about your legal rights and advise you in a negotiated settlement, or guide you through a
divorce Mediation or a Collaborative
Both Mediation and Collaborative Law are confidential
processes which allow you to reach the most important decisions of your life in private
and respectful settings.
|At the Law and Mediation Offices of Judith C. Nesburn,
located in Los Angeles, the focus is on alternative means of dispute resolution in all
divorce proceedings. Please contact Judith to
schedule a confidential meeting to learn how you can resolve your family law matters with
sensitivity, dignity and mutual respect.