Jennifer is one of about 20 trained collaborative law attorneys in Maricopa County, Arizona. Your choices are more than litigation or mediation - though Jennifer is also a trained mediator as well!
You can usually only leave a situation the way you came in. For that same reason, Family Court is not an effective place to negotiate family disputes. In some cases, such as mental illness, addiction or domestic violence, family court is your only choice.
In the majority of family law cases, the parties to a family law case have the choice of hiring an attorney who has devoted considerable time and expense to training to be a collaborative lawyer.
Collaborative lawyers can ethically represent a client through the labyrinth of family legal issues without ever going to court! The parties have the ability to decide the solutions they can live with. They meet with experts and their lawyers in a deliberate, thorough series of meetings.
Collaborative law is your real chance to have your "day in court." It's the only opportunity anyone in family law ever really has to be heard and truly considered for their unique contribution to the family they want to preserve.
I endorse Jennifer Moshier. I have had the opportunity of associating with her as a member of a professional organization and from the moment I met her knew that she was an attorney of the highest quality and character. Her professionalism and diligence in representation are accompanied by genuine care for the individual. Any client would be lucky to have her on their side.
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