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2500 Legacy Drive
Frisco, TX 75034
Description of Practice
Collaborative law practitioner in the field of family law. Mediation and arbitration of complex marital cases and business disputes.
Washington University School of Business Administration (1968). University of Texas School of Law (1971). Practice of law since 1971. Practice of mediation since 1985. Ad junct professor of ADR and collaborative law courses at a number of universities and law schools. Seminar speaker concerning ADR and collaborative law for number of national and international legal and ADR organizations.
Extensive experience in complex marital property and child custody suits in litigation, mediation, arbitration and collaborative law settings. Ad junct professor of ADR courses at a number of universities and law schools in the U.S. and internationally.
Washington University, business administration. University of Texas School of Law, doctor of jurisprudence
Defining the parameters of the issues, the objectives of the parties and the framework within which a solution must be formulated is the first step. Thereafter, creativity combined with communications skills almost inevitably result in settlement.
Fees are generally set based upon a full day or half day mediation conference with additional time being billed by the hour. Multi-day mediation rates are subject to negotiation. Willing to travel.
More than 30 years of litigation practice have provided a foundation of experience and creativity that are invaluable in the practice of collaborative law, mediation, arbitration and all other forms of ADR.
Areas of Practice
- Adult Family (125 mediated)
- Business (150 mediated)
- Congregational (10 mediated)
- Divorce (all issues) (650 mediated)
- Divorce (parenting) (750 mediated)
- Family (250 mediated)
- Professional Fees (50 mediated)
- Advanced Mediation Trainer
- Communication Skills Trainer
- Mediation Consultant
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