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|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|Bar Association of San Francisco||Member||N/A|
|State Bar of California||Member||N/A|
|Golden Gate University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1979|
|Bard College||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1973|
Posted by Sam
Thellen is a lawyer with 30+ years experience, mostly in collaborative law and mediation. She will tell you upfront that she will not go to court. The problem with this is that there is no solution if your spouse refuses to mediate or collaborate, or even come to the table (i.e. she is all carrot and no stick). In this case, you are stuck - you will continue to call Thellen and she will continue to reassure you to be patient and wait, all the while charging you for emails and phone calls without producing any results. However, if you and your spouse are on good terms and are willing to mediate, then she may not be a bad attorney to retain. My own preference, if I were to redo the process, would be to enlist a mediation/collaborative law attorney who also litigates. At least that way, my spouse would have an incentive to not delay proceedings.
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