Dallas, Texas 75201
There is nothing more harmful to a family than the horrible conflict of courtroom battles. Collaborative law has developed as a marvelous conflict resolution avenue that allows husbands and wives, parents and children, grandparents and other family members to reach resolution of their issues in an amicable and effective manner. Mediation is another alternative where parties not needing full attorney representation can resolve their conflicts with a trained, neutral professional who can help them define their ultimate goals and reach the best possible outcome necessary to preserve healthy relationships and financial security. Shannon R. Lynch practices exclusively in the family law field, helping families resolve their conflicts in the most amicable and financially responsible way possible. She is a trained and highly experienced Collaborative Family Lawyer and Mediator and handles a variety of family law matters, including divorce, child custody and possession, child support, paternity, termination of parental rights and adoption, international adoption, pre- and post-marital agreements, grandparent access, and basic estate planning.
Southern Methodist University, BBA 1982, Minor in French
ARTICLES\LECTURES ABOUT COLLABORATIVE LAW:
<br>"Mediation in Collaborative Law Settings,"
<br>2004 Dallas Alliance of Collaborative Professionals Dinner Series
<br>2002 and 2003 Advanced Family Law Course, Videotaped Presentation
<br>"Post-Marital Agreements in the Collaborative Law Setting,"
<br>2005 Advanced Family Law Seminar
Southern Methodist University, JD 1986