Deborah Bennett Berecz
Grandville, Michigan 49418
Deborah Berecz is pleased that residents of West Michigan now have the option of utilizing Collaborative Law to divorce with dignity and respect. She has represented parties in the adversarial process and mediated for over 200 families. She looks forward to talking with you about 'divorce without court.'
Professional ActivitiesPresident, Collaborative Practice Institute of Michigan ~Co-founder and Chair, Collaborative Divorce Professionals of W. Michigan, Former chair, Alternative Dispute Resolution Section, State Bar of Michigan ~
Bachelor's degree in Psychology, Andrews University
Juris Doctor degree, Notre Dame Law School
Numerous courses in mediation and Collaborative practice
CommentsDivorce without court allows families to preserve dignity and respect. During one of life's most difficult transitions, it provides spouses with clarity and direction over their future without turning it over to a third party to decide. It's hard enough. The legal process shouldn't make it more difficult. Feel freel to call for more information or go to www.FamilyResolutions.us.
The PRISM Perspective, LLC leads a 2-1/2 day multidisciplinary basic training designed around adult learning principles. Adults have to been actively engaged and having fun in order to learn. Advanced training on conducting a passionate initial client interview and advanced negotiation techniques provided as well.
Collaborative Multi-disciplinary training to launch a Collaborative Practice since 2009.
Presented at Advanced Training Workshops and IACP
May 2009, 2010 and 2012 and Sept 2011 with The PRISM Perspective, LLC training team.
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