Our Irvine divorce lawyer,
Judith A. Williams, has recently participated in a panel discussion to a Conflict Resolution
undergraduate class at Chapman University in Orange, CA and acted as a
“Judge” in the same class in order to observe and critique
students last week.
For the past eight years, Attorney Williams has enjoyed sharing the “Mediation
Story” with young people who are dedicated to learning new skills
in order to help individuals resolve conflicts in an amicable and reasonable
fashion. With a 98% success rate in all of her mediations, her experience,
presence and wise words have resonated effectively with the students and staff.
Her passion for helping others resolve their familial conflicts has opened
the doors to academic opportunities. She is able to spread her enthusiasm
and devotion to not only Chapman University, but other local campuses
around Orange County.
Attorney Williams covered the following topics involving mediation:
- Property and assets division
- Child custody and support
- Parenting plans
- Alimony/spousal support
Attorney Williams emphasizes the facilitation of calm and cooperative process,
especially when children are involved, thus creating a beneficial environment
that fulfills the needs of all parties involved. She informs these students
to help conflicting parties focus toward a new, independent, and positive
lifestyle in regards to tackling mediation, as opposed to proving past
events in court. Promoting an amiable atmosphere during mediation and
providing positively influential assistance is what makes mediation more
successful than court litigation.
If you want more information about the mediation process and how successful
it can be,
contact our Irvine divorce lawyer at Center for Mediated Divorce today.