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April 18 Probate and Estate Planning Section Meeti
Apr 18, 2018
By Justin Miller, J.D., LL.M., TEP, AEP®, CFP®| National Wealth Strategist
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Apr 02, 2018
By Robert Rosborough
While I hope that your cases don’t go from mediation to cross-examination, our articles this month do. Many thanks to Susan Feder, our guest editor this month, who as a mediator herself has brought us a couple of great articles on mediation.
Apr 01, 2018
By Thomas S. Brown
Opportunities--and the need--for pro bono service abound in Marin. Donating your time and expertise brings benefits to the community--and yourself.
Mar 31, 2018
By Mark LeHocky
Civility is more critical to the mediation process than to any other form of dispute resolution. The reasons are several: First, unlike trial and arbitration, success in mediation depends entirely upon adversaries agreeing.
Helping Clients Work Through Conflict During A Divorce: The Difference Between Understanding and Agreement
Mar 30, 2018
By Ann Buscho, PhD
Family law practitioners and collaborative team members often are called upon to support divorcing couples as they work through their conflict. I believe that one of the keys to providing this support is helping people appreciate the power of understanding and empathy as alternatives to the power of coercion.