Joe Spirito was a guest appearance on the “Tilden Ten” program on KABC radio. He was interviewed by Royal Oakes regarding the collaborative divorce process.
Topic: A Parenting class for those going through a high conflict divorce and want to protect their children from the conflict.
Date -Time: Next class beings on Tuesday March 13, 2018
Description: Learn skills to protect your children from emotional harm. Learn skills to resolve disputes. Learn how to control your anger.
Our very own Christopher Moore is receiving recognition as 2017 Lawyer of the Year at the South Bay Bar Installation Judges Night and Installation of Officers at the PVE Country Club on February 9, 2018.
Christopher Moore will be presenting on Divorce Options at the South Bay Estate Planning Council in October 2018.
The Council consists of a accountants, lawyers, financial advisors, and realtors.
White Zuckerman Family Law Case Update
New Family Law Case Update
Where: McCormick & Schmick’s Restaurant, El Segundo, California
Ken & David presented to the White Zuckerman South Bay Family Law Study Group on important cases that came out in 2017 from the California Supreme Court and California Court of Appeals.
The global interdisciplinary conflict resolution process known as Collaborative Practice started right here in California! Collaborative Practice pioneers and leaders–Pauline Tesler, Esq., George Richardson, Esq. and Joseph Spirito, Jr., Esq.–graciously agreed to present Fundamentals of Collaborative Practice for LMIC members (1.5 Hrs General). Learn about the tools, rules and infrastructure that sets this process apart from litigation, mediation and arbitration.
As always, our on-demand CLE provides you with free, participatory credits. To watch on your desktop, click here or download the app on your mobile device.
MCLE ON THE GO!
South Bay Bar Association Presents
A FAMILY LAW SECTION LUNCHEON
November 2, 2017 at 12pm
Speaker: Ron J. Anfuso, CPA, ABV, CFF, CDFA, FABFA
David Kuroda MSW ’72 has spent his career advocating for children—and healthy divorces.
OVER HIS DECADES-LONG career as a social worker, counselor and mediator, David Kuroda MSW ’72 has helped some 8,000 families navigate the stress of separation and divorce.
He has seen firsthand that dividing a family is never easy, but it doesn’t have to come at the cost of a child’s well-being. “It’s not the divorce that hurts children,” he says. “It’s the way parents get divorced, and the amount of conflict between them, that harms children.” Read More
The Lakes Golf Course at El Segundo – Collaborative Divorce
May 30, 2017, 8:30 am to 10:00 am.
Bob Watts, Deborah Ewing and David Kuroda spoke recently to a breakfast meeting of South Bay CPAs. They met at the Lakes Golf Course Meeting Room and promoted the use of collaborative divorce for parties. Their goal was to promote collaborative divorce for their clients, but also to present collaborative divorce as a way of expanding their CPA practices. They were very well received and there was considerable interest. They also had an opportunity to talk about the A Better Divorce group.