Colorado Divorce Lawyers and Family Law
The following are special resources we’ve created for our
colleagues (fellow Denver and other Colorado divorce lawyers) and their
family law paralegals preparing for and participating in
family law and divorce mediation.
We include a descriptive overview of the ordinary mediation
process (with special emphasis on the paralegal's role in
assisting divorce lawyers), and suggestions on how to most
effectively prepare for divorce and family mediation
(whether the lawyers and their paralegals are personally
attending the mediation, or simply preparing their clients
to attend without counsel).
Some of these concern uniquely Metropolitan Denver and Colorado divorce-related or
Colorado family law
issues, but most apply to divorce lawyers and their paralegals
generally and irrespective of states or localities.
these articles of interest:
The mediation process described,
including the special
opportunities for family law paralegals to position it for success.
Our “Top 10 Suggestions List” for divorce lawyers and
family law paralegal’s successful
preparing for a divorce mediation.
From the 2007 Breckenridge Colorado
Family Law Institute, Larry outlines (with collaborative
Colorado family law attorney Ann Gushurst, Esq.) the
challenging mediation process issues
divorce lawyers are asked to assess and decide: the
foremost of these: staying (at the office) or accompanying
the client to divorce mediation?
(in PDF® format)
Divorce Lawyers & Family
Law Paralegals’ Mediation Preparation
Outline & Critical Checklist
This checklist is specifically designed for Colorado divorce lawyers and their
paralegals’ use — to be reprinted and included in your
divorce or other domestic relations’ case
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