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2017 Super Lawyer Joseph P. Spirito, Jr.

Joe-Spirito2Recently honored as 2017 Super Lawyer to be published in this month’s LA Magazine. Since its inception in 2005, Mr. Spirito has maintained this honor.

On January 26, 2017, Mr. Spirito was mentioned on a KABC talk radio show by Royal Oakes, a well-known legal commentator. Mr. Spirito was described as a leader in the Family Law community practicing Collaborative Law in Los Angeles County’s South Bay.

Currently Chair-Elect Family Law Section, Los Angeles County Bar Association Chair of the upcoming Los Angeles County Bar Association 49 th Annual Family Law Symposium on May 6, 2017. This year’s Symposium is entitled “The Art of Presenting Your Case”. Presenters include highly experienced and well respected family law attorneys, mental health professionals and financial specialists.

The program will be held at the Universal Hilton, 555 Universal Hollywood Drive, Universal City, CA – 8:30am to 4:30pm.

Website: www.mcgs-law.com

A Better Divorce - Retreat 2017

2017 A Better Divorce Retreat

Honing our collaborative skills!

We had a great training with well-known author and trainer/facilitator Gary Friedman, Esq., and a special talk with Constance Ahrons, author of “The Good Divorce” and “We’re Still Family”.

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Cultural Competency in the Practice of Family Law

On Thursday, October 27, 2016, Attorney, David Yamamoto, of A Better Divorce, a Group of Collaborative Professionals, was a webinar presenter for the Family Law Section of the State Bar of California’s Family Law Section.  Mr. Yamamoto presented on the topic of Cultural Competency in the Practice of Family Law particularly on Premarital Agreements and Family Law in Japan.

David K. Yamamoto, Esq. *CFLS
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“Where Death and Divorce Collide: A Few Things Trust and Estate Lawyers Need to Know about Family Law.”

Torrance, California, September 14, 2016

Christopher Moore, a member of A Better Divorce, a collaborative law group based in the south bay area of Los Angeles County, California, will address the Central Arizona Estate Planning Council in Phoenix, Arizona, on October 3, 2016. The topic will be “Where Death and Divorce Collide: A Few Things Trust and Estate Lawyers Need to Know about Family Law.”