Diana L. Martinez

Collaborative Divorce Solutions of Orange County
1897 California Ave., Ste. 102
Corona, California 92881
United States
Office: (888) 249-7560
Member since 2008
Membership Type: IACP
Profession(s): Lawyer, Mediator

Diana L. Martinez, provides “no-court” divorce and conflict resolution services, including collaborative divorce and divorce mediation services, in San Bernardino, Los Angeles, Riverside, and Orange counties. She is an active member of the Riverside County Alternative Dispute Resolution Panel and a member of the board of Collaborative Divorce Solutions of Orange County. She is a local and national trainer, educator, and lecturer on the topics of collaborative law, cultural complexities in family law, co-mediation, and interdisciplinary out-of-court dispute resolution processes.

Area(s) of Practice: Collaborative Law, Family Law & Mediation,
License(s): California State Bar
Professional Activities: Collaborative Practice of California (CPCAL), Board Member Collaborative Divorce Solutions of Orange County, Past President and Former Board Member ~Instructor/Lecturer on Diversity for Los Angeles Collaborative Family Law Association ~Instructor/Lecturer on Diversity for Collaborative Practice California ~Instructor/Lecturer at Second Saturday & Divorce Options Member Collaborative Professionals of California Member International Academy of Collaborative Professionals Member Southern California Mediation Association
Education:
Undergraduate:
University of California at Riverside, 1995, with Honors.

Post-graduate:
University of Southern California, Gould School of Law, 1998
Comments: In every divorce case I handle, my goals are to help protect the children, empower my clients to keep control of their situation, and to keep them all out of court. Nothing good happens in a court battle... even if you “win”. Relationships are destroyed, families and friends are divided, funds exhausted, and everyone suffers. You know your needs and the needs of your children better than anyone else, especially a judge, who knows only a small fraction of your story, what is “legally relevant”. Your future should be based on more than what the legislature has deemed “legally relevant” for couples and families in general. One size does not fit all. Everyone is unique. You deserve an agreement that meets your unique needs and that comes from those who know your needs and goals best... YOU.
Training Offered

Cultural complexities in Family Law
Enrolling the Collaborative Client
Basic, intermediate, and advance Collaborative practice
Ethics and Best Practices in Collaborative Law and Mediation

Training Conducted

Cultural Complexities in Family Law
Enrolling the Collaborative Client
Ethics and Best Practices in Collaborative Law and Mediation

Collaborative Training Offered

Enrolling the Collaborative Client
Cultural Complexities in Family Law
Basic, intermediate, and advanced collaborative practice
Ethics and Best Practices in Collaborative Law

Collaborative Training Reference

Collaborative Divorce Solutions of Orange County
Collaborative Practice California
Los Angeles County Bar Association