Category: OC Dispute Resolution
Benefits of Mediation
Orange County Mediators at OC Dispute Resolution Services, LLP help you to make fully informed choices about the best way to resolve your disputes. There are many different things to consider when you decide whether you should litigate a dispute or explore alternative dispute resolution options, and you should get the right legal advice to decide […]READ MORE
Mediators Certified by Strauss Institute at Pepperdine
Our divorce Mediator, Michele M. Charbonneau, has obtained additional training and certification in Mediation by the Strauss Institute of Dispute Resolution, part of Pepperdine University. Strauss is world renowned and universally known as one of the top Mediation institutes in the world. Congratulations Michele! Michele continues her mediation practice in Orange County and handles divorce and family […]READ MORE
Divorce Mediator Eileen M. Solis Receives Strauss Certification
Orange County Divorce Mediator, Eileen M. Solis has obtained additional training and certification in Mediation by the Strauss Institute of Dispute Resolution, part of Pepperdine University. Strauss is world renowned and universally known as one of the top Mediation institutes in the world. Congratulations Eileen! Eileen continues her mediation practice in Orange County and handles divorce and family […]READ MORE
OCDR Divorce Mediator to Speak at 27th Annual Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Conference
Divorce Mediator Eileen M. Solis will be speaking at 27th Annual Pathways to Prevention Conference on March 25th from 7:30 am – 4:15 pm. Ms. Solis has been actively involved in child abuse issues in Orange County for over a decade. The Raise Foundation is pleased to present its 27th Annual Child Abuse Prevention and Treatment Conference. […]READ MORE
How Does Estate Planning Factor Into My Divorce?
In the midst of a divorce, it is easy to forget that in a happier moment in your married life you and your spouse created a Will or a Revocable Trust. Many people recognize the importance of preparing a Will or Revocable Trust in the event you or your spouse become incapacitated or die while […]READ MORE
What are the various terms for child custody and what do they mean?
Legal Terms Relating to Child Custody If you are going through a divorce and you have children, you will hear certain legal terms relating to the custody of your children. In order to prepare you for court and continued discussions with your attorney, below are some of the most often used terms relating to child […]READ MORE
It is Important to Keep All Financial Records After the Date of Separation During Your Divorce Proceeding in California!
Keyword: keep financial records during divorce If you are considering a divorce or have already filed for dissolution of your marriage, one of the most important things you can do is to keep good financial records. Not only will this help with the division of marital assets and post-divorce obligations, it will also assist in […]READ MORE
Who Pays the Attorney Fees in My Divorce?
A frequently asked question at the start of a divorce action is whether one spouse will have to pay some or all of the other spouse’s attorney fees. Until your lawyer has specific information, the most common answer is, “it depends”. In order to assess the “it depends” factor, we start with Family Code section […]READ MORE
What do you do when your business partners lock you out?
What do you do when your business partners lock you out? You started the business together, but now they want nothing to do with you. You know you have rights, but what are they? Depending on what steps you took before entering the partnership, this process can be simple or complex. 1. What Does A […]READ MORE
Mediating a Partnership / Business Dissolution
To effectively mediate a partnership dissolution, preparation is key. Make sure everyone has all the relevant documents. Be prepared to think out of the box! 1. Partnership Dissolution is a Bit Like Ending a Marriage Ending a business partnership is a bit like ending a marriage. Assets have been accumulated and need to be divided. […]READ MORE