Host Bart Zandbergen was joined in the podcast studio by Lisa Risner, Founder of Divorce Mediation of California, and her fellow team attorneys Suzanne Gregorie and Parris Trimble. Located in Newport Beach, Divorce Mediation of California consists of a team of professionals, including attorneys, mental health professionals and accountants – all of which are highly skilled and experienced in handling all aspects of family law matters. In this episode, Bart talks with the trio of highly regarded attorneys about the current state of divorce in California, its nuances, and how mindset makes a significant difference in the collective settling of a divorce proceeding.
In this episode learn more about:
– The different ways you can get legally divorced in California
– The roles and responsibilities of a mediator in a divorce setting
– What a collaborative divorce arrangement is and how it is different than a mediation
– What team members are involved in a collaborative divorce arrangement
– The strength of a pre-nuptial agreement and how it could potentially be challenged
To learn more about Divorce Mediation of California, visit: https://www.divorcemediationca.com/
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