Kim Mediation and Law Center, APC is pleased to announce that the results of peaceful resolutions to otherwise contentious legal cases are available on the website of the Family Law Lawyers – Kim Mediation and Law Center, APC. Lynette Kim, mediator and collaborative attorney, has been a family law practitioner for more than two decades. She focuses her knowledge and calm approach on helping clients reduce or eliminate much of the emotional toll divorce can have on a family. Two approaches are each appropriate in certain situations, with the agreement of the parties.
By choosing the path of a collaborative or mediated divorce, parties are empowered to make their own informed decisions. These approaches may mean going to court is not necessary. The legal team will help clients work through difficult conversations with compassion and experience. The goal is to create an agreement that will put the family and the couple in a position where a healthy future is possible in a separate household.
Mediation and collaborative divorce each offer divorcing couples a favorable, cost-effective alternative to the traditional litigation model. The non-confrontational approach encourages both spouses to reach a mutually beneficial agreement. There is an emphasis on staying focused on real needs and the best interests of any children. The mediation/collaboration approach tends to be a less costly alternative than lengthy court battles during the divorce process.
Collaborative divorce is a good choice if clients want legal representation but want to make their own decisions rather than having a judge make the decisions. As a collaborative attorney, Attorney Lynette will ensure her client is fully informed about their legal rights, understands financial decisions’ impact, and offers specific recommendations. In the divorce mediation model, the attorney acts as a neutral third party to negotiate the marital settlement agreement terms with both spouses.
About the Company:
Kim Mediation and Law Center, APC focuses her family law practice on working with clients to reduce friction, fighting, and emotional damage, which are common with divorce and are settled by attorneys and a judge. Mediation and collaborative models are less costly than a litigious divorce.
Company Name: Kim Mediation and Law Center, APC
Email: Send Email
Phone: (213) 351-1000
Address:3435 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 2700
City: Los Angeles
State: CA 90010
Country: United States