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Discreet California DIVORCE ANALYSIS Consults for Mediators and Out-of-State Attorneys

California Family Law Consults for Lawyers and Non-Lawyer Mediators I have for a number of years made myself available to provide detailed second legal opinions involving a wide range of California ...
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Thurman Arnold III Named As A 2015 California Superlawyer for Divorce and Family Law!

Thurman W. Arnold Is Named As A 2015 SuperLawyer ! We are pleased and proud to announce that Thurman W. Arnold, III, has just been selected as a 2015 Southern California Family Law and Divorce ...
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We Are Proud to Be One of the BEST DIVORCE WEBSITES On the Web!

The EnlightenedDivorceBlog™ Strives to Be the Most Relevant Divorce and Family Law Related Website on the Internet! I want to share with our readers something major that we've begun to ...
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FAMILY LAW SANCTIONS and DUE PROCESS: Santa Barbara Trial Court Reversed in IRMO DURIS

Visitors to my websites know that I am biased in favor of mediation, believing that parties to litigation involving their family should opt to resolve their disputes themselves rather than undertake ...
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Alternatives to Family Court and the Challenge of Mediating Cases With Strong Emotions

Mediate, Don't Litigate, Your CA Divorce! Some of you know that my hope for people with family law crises is that they mediate their disputes, rather than litigate them. This is why I am a ...
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