Julie Mersereau

Collaborative Law Association of the Rochester Area Inc.
95 Allens Creek Rd Bldg 2 Ste 123
Rochester, New York 14618
United States
Office: (585) 377-5487
Member since 2005
Membership Type: IACP
Profession(s): Lawyer, Mediator

As an attorney in practice for over 25 years, I am committed to using my legal and mediation skills to develop solutions for matrimonial and family law conflict that are constructive not destructive for those involved. The Collaborative Law process allows parties to develop a lasting agreement that provides for their needs and the needs of their children as they move into the future. <br>
Collaborative Family Law empowers those who are separating or divorcing to control the outcome of their conflict and challenges them to focus on the future. The Collaborative process helps harness the fear and uncertainty of separation or divorce by establishing a process for managing the conflict that is based on knowledge, honesty, commitment and respect.

Area(s) of Practice: Collaborative Law, Family Law, Mediation, Other
License(s): Admitted to the pactice of law in New York State
Professional Activities: New York State Bar Association- Family Law Section ~Monroe County Bar Association ~Association of Collaborative Family Law Attorneys, Inc.
Comments: Since 2002, I have provided my clients the option of using the Collaborative process to resolve their separation and divorce matters in an atmosphere of dignity and respect. in the Collaborative process the couple is able to focus on the aspects of their separation that are of most concern to them as they reach a resolution.