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About Collaborative Law

We are aware of the costs of litigation for our clients, so we develop effective strategies for winning cases quickly and effectively, saving our clients time and resources while protecting their real estate interests. But should a case proceed all the way to trial, we have the skills and experience necessary to obtain the best possible verdict.

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Collaborative law is a great way to achieve your goals without resorting to litigation. Ginzburg & Bronshteyn are well-versed in collaborative law and can help navigate a resolution that protects your interests. Contact us today to learn more.

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“Collaborative law process” means the process in which the parties and any professionals engaged by the parties to assist them agree in writing to use their best efforts and to make a good faith attempt to resolve disputes related to the family law matters as referenced in subdivision (a) on an agreed basis without resorting to adversary judicial intervention. The complete text of Family Code 2013

This was the parties have a mechanism to complete their dissolution in a less antagonistic way by virtue of problem solving and cooperation rather than no holds barred litigation.

“The Collaborative Approach helps guide the parties to mutually acceptable resolutions, and can provide parties with complementary resources and dispute resolution methods that are simply unavailable in court.” –Ronald M. George, Chief Justice, Supreme Court of California

Collaborative law is a relatively new and modern approach to the divorce process. At Ginzburg & Bronshteyn, APC, we are trained in the Collaborative Law process to assist divorcing couples with a non-litigious divorce. The Collaborative Law process is based on mutual respect and agreement. Each party agrees to work together, outside of court, utilizing their own Collaborative Law attorney, to come to a mutually agreeable divorce settlement. This process is not for every divorcing couple, as it requires communication, full disclosure and a willingness to compromise. Focusing on problem solving rather than blame and accusations, the Collaborative Law process can be a positive end to a bitter situation.

Collaborative law professionals are trained in negotiation techniques and can promote conflict resolution, working toward a common goal of a mutually agreeable settlement, rather than full blown war. We can effectively assist you with a smooth transition from one of the most stressful times in a person’s life to the next chapter, while ensuring your rights are protected and represented.

Utilizing our over 20 years of family law experience, we can provide our Collaborative Law clients with the knowledge necessary to come to a mutually beneficial divorce settlement, without court intervention and excessive legal fees. We can provide advice and resolution to complex issues of property division, spousal support, child support, child custody and visitation, in a respectful environment, allowing our clients to be in the driver’s seat, not the judge, and obtain an outcome built on compassion and compromise.

Lawyers who speak plain English to help you achieve your goals. California divorce can be complicated. The best way to understand it is to talk with an attorney about your goals and options. The attorneys at Ginzburg & Bronshteyn, APC can offer solid advice in plain English so please contact our office today at 310-914-3222 from Los Angeles, at 818-787-1011 from Thousand Oaks, or 714-280-0601 from Orange County.

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Don’t let worry or doubt hold you back. If you have concerns about any family law or estate planning issues, be sure to contact Ginzburg & Bronshteyn today. We can provide expert guidance and help you through the most challenging cases. Get the assistance you need now.

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