Law Office of Adryenn Cantor San Diego, California Office Profile
|Law Office of Adryenn Cantor |
|San Diego, California|
|(San Diego Co.)|
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About this office:
Certified Family Law Specialist of the California State Bar since 1985.
At the Law Office of Adryenn Cantor, we are prepared to handle divorce cases of all types. If it's a high-asset divorce, the client will benefit from our more than 33 years of experience and the trusted reputation earned in front of Family Law Judges in all cities located in San Diego County. If the case can be resolved amicably, the client will benefit from our knowledge of family law mediation, collaborative law and cooperative law.
At the Law Office of Adryenn Cantor, we are trained in collaborative law. This is a court-free, litigation-free, team approach to resolving a divorce. In a collaborative divorce, each spouse has a specially trained lawyer on his or her side. Other team members may include a mental health professional or coaches for the parties and, if needed for their child, and a neutral financial expert to assist with quantifying the marital estate. A contractual agreement is made at the beginning of the process that a resolution must be reached collaboratively. If not, the parties must essentially restart the process with different lawyers to handle the litigation. This is a strong incentive to all involved to make the collaboration work.
Recently, in order to avoid restarting the process should the collaborative approach fail, we are finding very good results using the Cooperative Law approach. Cooperative law is similar in many ways to collaborative law. However, it does not involve mental health professionals or coaches. Furthermore, if an agreement is not reached, there is no need to start over. The parties and their cooperative attorneys can ask the court for assistance in resolving the case if necessary.
Divorce; Litigation; Mediation; Collaborative Family Law; Custody; Spousal Support; Community Property Law; Valuation; Division; Community Property Agreements; Pre-Marital Agreements; Cohabitation Agreements; Post-Marital Agreements; Separation Agreements; Marital Divorce Agreements; Domestic Partnerships; Agreements; Termination; Gay And Lesbian Family Law; Non-Traditional Family Law.
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