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The complete guide to mediation : how to effectively represent your clients and expand your family law practice / Forrest S. Mosten, Elizabeth Potter Scully. This library owns a copy
by Mosten, Forrest S., 1947- author.
Chicago, Illinois : ABA Section of Family Law, 2015.
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Contents: Eleven questions most commonly asked about representing clients in mediation -- Expanding your practice by representing clients in mediation -- Family lawyer as dispute resolution manager -- Mediation confidentiality -- Representing clients in court-ordered mediation -- Using a limited scope approach (unbundling) to represent clients outside and inside the mediation room -- Representing clients in mediation with a collaborative lawyering approach -- Setting up the mediation -- Building an agreement your client can live with -- Reaching agreement -- Reviewing and drafting mediated agreements -- Preventing future conflict -- Be a peacemaker.
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Pierce County Law LibraryReading RoomKF505.5 .M6 2015Checked in 
 
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Building a successful collaborative family law practice / Forrest S. Mosten and Adam B. Cordover. This library owns a copy
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Chicago : American Bar Association, 2018.
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Contents: Foreword / Nancy Cameron -- Introduction / Forrest (Woody) Mosten -- Introduction / Adam B. Cordover -- Prologue : making collaborative and non-court practice your day job / Forrest S. Mosten & Adam B. Cordover -- Lawyers as peacemakers : really?!? yes, really / David Hoffman -- How collaborative practice will improve your profitability / Robert Merlin -- Redefining your practice signature and creating a profitable peacemaking practice / Kevin Scudder -- How many hats can you wear? : assessing whether you can be a collaborative professional and still litigate / Carl Michael Rossi -- Being a client leader : the art of gaining new collaborative clients / Rich Grof -- Effectively marketing your collaborative practice / Gary Direnfeld -- Creating collaborative office space / Zanita Zacks-Gabriel -- Integrating technology into your collaborative practice / Brian Galbraith -- Getting buy-in for a collaborative approach from the other spouse and attorney / Enid Miller Ponn -- The first client meeting : gateway to a collaborative case / Bev Churchill -- Gaining success at the first joint collaborative meeting / Jeremy Gaies -- Fine-tuning your collaborative team / Lara Traum -- Developing a range of collaborative models : one size does not fit all / Ronald D. Ousky -- Mediation and collaboration : harnessing potential synergy / Elizabeth Potter Scully -- Traits and skills of a highly effective financial neutral / J. David Harper -- Collaborative child specialists : traditional and expanded roles / Kathleen Zumpano -- Using behavioral health professionals in family law / Nancy Retsinas and Susan Buniva ; with supplemental practice tips by Melissa Sulkowski -- Collaborative marriage planning / Dennis Lerner -- Modifying existing agreements with a collaborative approach / Kimberly Stamatelos -- Avoiding and handling termination of the collaborative process / Michael V. Fancher -- Civil collaborative practice : the new way to do business / Sherrie R. Abney -- Collaborative practice as a business / Brian Galbraith -- Conclusion : next steps to develop your collaborative practice / Forrest S. Mosten and Adam B. Cordover.
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Pierce County Law LibraryReading RoomKF299.D6 B85 2018Checked in 
 
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Collaborative law : a foundation / Presented by WSBA CLE. This library owns a copy
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[Seattle, Wash.]; Washington State Bar Association, c2018.
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Contents: Collaborative law : application in family law practice -- Qualifications & training requirements for collaborative law organizations (County, State and International) -- Collaborative law applicability and case study, probate -- The role of mediation in collaborative practice.
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Pierce County Law LibrarySeminar materialsKF535.C2. C85 2018 CLEChecked in 
Pierce County Law LibrarySeminar materialsKF535.C2. C85 2018 CLEAvailable for use 
 
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Family law arbitration : practice, procedure, and forms / Carolyn Moran Zack. This library owns a copy
by Zack, Carolyn Moran, author.
Chicago, Illinois : American Bar Association, Family Law Section, [2020]
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Contents: Family law arbitration in the United States -- State laws on family law arbitration -- Advantages and disadvantages of arbitration -- The arbitration process -- Practical considerations -- Enforcement and appeal -- Arbitration alternatives -- Professional responsibilities of attorney arbitrators.
Notes: Includes index.
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Pierce County Law LibraryReading RoomKF505.5 .Z33 2020Available for use 
 
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