Fairport, New York 14450
As a collaborative family law attorney, I focus all my time on those who chose an alternative dispute resolution process. My experience as a traditional divorce lawyer, representing spouses and children in litigated matters, has led me to truly appreciate client-centered approach and the interest-based discussions that are fundamental to the collaborative process. My background includes work as law assistant to a judge with a heavy divorce calendar, and in that capacity I mediated many divorce settlements for the court. Given my extensive and well-rounded experience in family law, I have the skills and motivation to effectively represent those choosing collaborative law.
Professional ActivitiesMember: Collaborative Law Association of the Rochester Area, Inc. International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
Reed College, Portland, Oregon
B.A. in Sociology, 1972
Nazareth College of Rochester
M.S. in Education, 2000
Cornell Law School, Ithaca, New York
Juris Doctor, 1977
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