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With OFW, your schedule, expenses, and communication are contained within one app, so you can solve shared custody challenges faster and without confusion. That means less conflict and more energy to focus on your children. Powerful tools document your parenting time, reimbursement requests, payments, exchanges, and more.
With 55,000 custody cases each year that involve alcohol, parents, attorneys, and judges need a reasonable, trusted, and court-validated way to monitor alcohol consumption in real-time. In 2011, Soberlink revolutionized the way people can provide proof of sobriety without compromising child safety by creating the only system that combines:
•Court-admissibility in all 50 states
•Easy-to-read Advanced Reporting™
Today, 10,000+ Family Law Professionals across all 50 states have adopted the system—learn how to implement Soberlink into your own practice.
Whether simply recommended, or mandated by the court as a support tool, OnlineParentingPrograms.com has been proven to help families as they transition to a new normal. Contact us for your free administrative account. We look forward to partnering with you and be safe!
Signature Resolution is an alternative dispute resolution provider founded to provide clients with the highest standard of service, sophistication, and hospitality. Our thoughtful approach guides our exceptional team of neutrals, including some of the most renowned retired family law judicial officers in California. Recognized for their skill and expertise in resolving disputes, our neutrals are the heart of our family law practice.
Signature’s work reflects the principles that guide us as an organization: ethics, innovation, neutrality, experience, and results. With the recent addition of an office in Northern California, we are ready to serve the family law community throughout the state, from San Diego to Los Angeles and now up to the Bay area. From our welcoming, full-service offices to our customer-service oriented case administrators, everything we do centers around creating an exceptional experience for you and your clients.
The Center for Divorce Education/Children in Between is dedicated to strengthening families disrupted by divorce or separation. CDE develops and distributes evidence-based programs for parents and kids going through divorce and separation, including Children in Between Online, High Conflict Solutions, and our newest program, Children in Between: For Kids
High Conflict Institute specializes in:
1. Training for Professionals: to understand high conflict cases and manage them differently, which will result in better outcomes.
2. Courses for Parents: to learn relationship and co-parenting skills, either on their own or with a counselor or coach trained in our New Ways for Families® method.
Get trained in our methods and use them with your clients and courtrooms, or refer clients to us to learn new skills for calming themselves, making decisions about high conflict dilemmas, and communicating with a challenging (high conflict) parent with EAR Statements (verbal) and BIFF Responses (writing).
ProperComm edits emails and texts between high conflict parents to STOP abuse. Our service is FREE for DV Victims.
ADR Services, Inc. is one of the leading providers of alternative dispute resolution services in California. Founded in 1994 by Lucie Barron, the company has experienced remarkable growth, from having only a few conference rooms in Los Angeles to now operating offices in all major legal markets of California: Century City, Downtown Los Angeles, San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, Orange County and San Diego. The company prides itself on offering unparalleled resolution services through its exclusive panel, which is comprised of more than 130 of the most distinguished and talented neutrals across the state. Our knowledgeable neutrals are capable of handling challenging and complex matters in the course of providing such services as: Mediations, Arbitrations, Discovery Reference, Special Masters, Private Trials, Mock Trials/Moot Courts. Their wide-ranging experience on the bench and in the legal field makes them invaluable assets to our clients. The neutrals’ diverse backgrounds allow ADR Services, Inc. to steer their talents towards the right case, while their varied personalities permit our clients to find a match that will lead to a successful resolution of their cases
Tony supports pre- and post-divorce parents with the education, processes, skills, and structures they need to transition from their intimate partner/spousal/adversarial relationship into new roles as managers of a business designed to respectfully coparent their children. He models and facilitates respectful conversation between coparents with an eye toward developing alignment, and agreement where possible. Failing that, Tony efficiently presents a reasoned (binding, subject to judicial review) recommendation in the best interest of the children.
Bridging Parental Conflict® is a certified, research-supported online divorce education class. The “Bridging Class” shifts parents’ orientation from conflict to easing children’s distress. The class is beneficial to resist/refuse cases and ADR processes.
Bridging Parental Conflict® is taught synchronously (live) by experts in the field who interact with participants presenting material and answering questions; or asynchronously via a video-based E-learning program. Content in each version is identical. A certificate of completion is provided for proof of attendance.
ADR Notable is a cloud-based platform that provides family mediators with all the tools they need to manage their practices and their cases. The newest features are a custom billing module and a unique and very popular scheduling solution for group sessions and one-on-one meetings. The platform also includes tools for firm administrators, case managers, divorce and family coaches, attorneys, arbitrators, trainers, and others who help resolve family disputes.
AFCC's quarterly journal, Family Court Review (FCR), is the leading interdisciplinary academic and research journal for family law professionals. Published in cooperation with the Center for Children, Families and the Law at Hofstra University School of Law.
AFCC-CA (Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, California Chapter) is committed to provide continuing, specialized education for judicial officers, attorneys, and mental health professionals working with family court issues, and serving as a model for nation-wide chapters.
Overcoming Barriers is dedicated to Rethinking Parent Child Contact problems and provides resources, consultation and education to professionals. Find more information about our work and latest publication, Overcoming the Alienation Crisis; 33 Coparenting Solutions on our website.
We Provide Professional Supervised Visitation Monitors For Cases Involving: Alcohol And Substance Abuse, Sexual Abuse And Molestation, Domestic Violence, Mental Abuse, Psychological Issues, Childnapping, High Conflict Case, Department of Children and Family Service Cases, Supervised Exchanges, Court Ordered Supervised Phone Calls and Assistance in Property Division and Court Ordered Move Out Orders.
Darlene Taylor, MSW, CPC, has over 15 years of experience in guiding people through self-discovery, growth, and education. She earned an MSW from the University of Cincinnati and spent ten years as a licensed social worker, working as a therapist and family counselor. In 2008, Darlene joined the University of Cincinnati as a professor teaching Women and Gender Studies. She taught for the next 11 years hoping to shape the minds of the next generation of women.
With more than a decade of experience working with families in crisis, she brings a deep understanding of the challenges that parents face when navigating the complexities of raising children, especially in post-divorce families. After witnessing firsthand the negative impact that divorce and separation can have on children, Darlene knew she wanted to do more to help parents outside the parameters of traditional clinical counseling. She made the decision to transition her focus by helping parents take the high road during and after divorce by using practical and foundational positive co-parenting strategies.
The Amicable Divorce Network is the only organization in the world vetting divorce professionals for being experienced, resolution focused and engaging in fair billing practices. We offer an out of court process and technology platform to help parties divorce efficiently and allow professionals to collaborate to provide a high level of service to all parties who choose to divorce amicably.
With over 20,000 articles, news items, blog postings and videos, Mediate.com is the world’s leading mediation web site. Mediate.com is the home of mediation on the web, providing a bridge between professionals offering mediation services and people needing mediation services. We also are the premiere provider of online mediation training (mediateuniversity.com) and online mediation tools (odr.com).
United States Drug Testing Laboratories, Inc. (USDTL) uses the best science available to innovate ground-breaking testing for substances of abuse. We’ve led the field of forensic toxicology for decades with the most complete drug analysis options on advanced human specimens (i.e. hair/nail/dried blood spot). As a forensically accredited laboratory with oversight by the International Standards Organization (ISO 17025:2017) we follow the strictest forensic protocols in the world, making our results defensible and reliable. We focus on testing that detects risky/heavy substance use behaviors over the last several months to give a better snapshot of the donor’s lifestyle. We believe equipping our clients with better testing helps them make better decisions. www.USDTL.com.
No one deserves to endure violence, abuse, or trauma.
IVAT condemns violence and oppression in all its forms. We stand with all who work for equality and peace. Our trainings provide vital information to service providers and advocates enabling us to work together to end violence and abuse. Our Professional Clinical and Forensic Services provide much needed direct services to the community.
The International Academy of Collaborative Professionals (IACP) is an international community of legal, mental health and financial professionals working in concert to create client-centered processes for resolving conflict utilizing the Collaborative Practice methodology. Our mission is to transform the way families resolve conflict by building and supporting a global community of Collaborative Practice and consensual dispute resolution professionals.
SVN is an international non-profit membership organization consisting of a network of agencies and individuals who are interested in ensuring that children can have safe, conflict-free access to parents with whom they do not reside when there is family conflict or it is deemed that a parent's access to a child should be supervised.
Active Parenting parent education programs have been in use since 1983, with the publication of The Original Active Parenting Discussion Program (Popkin, 1983). This groundbreaking program was the first true video-based delivery system applied to the field of parent education. It targeted parents of 2- to 17-year-olds in a six-session, two-hour format. Field test evidence for this program (Popkin, 1984) was published in The Second Handbook of Parent Education (Fine, 1991) and reported significant positive changes in the behavior of both parents and children. Of the 274 parents in the study, 97% reported positive changes in their own behavior, 84% reported positive changes in their childs behavior, and 97% indicated that they would recommend the program to friends. All 35 group leaders indicated that they would recommend the program to colleagues. This positive acceptance of a new multi-modal delivery system utilizing video technology as well as traditional methods of group discussion, lecture, role-play and home practice led the program to become adopted by thousands of leaders during the next ten years
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The National Association of Counsel for Children (NACC) advances children’s and parents’ rights by supporting a diverse, inclusive community of child welfare lawyers to provide zealous legal representation and by advocating for equitable, anti-racist solutions co-designed by people with lived experience. NACC works to improve child welfare law, practice, and policy through Training and Certification programs that increase the quality of legal representation for children, parents, and agencies; Membership and Annual Conference programs that build a practitioner network and support the field with legal education; and Policy Advocacy programs to advance the rights and well-being of children and families, including NACC's signature Counsel for Kids campaign at CounselforKids.org.
A Parent’s Guide to Mediating Kid Issues in Divorce provides practical and easy-to-follow advice on how
to create a child-focused parenting plan in mediation. Joan McWilliams is an award-winning lawyer/mediator
who has conducted more than 3,000 divorce mediations. In this book, she teaches parents how to use the
mediation process to make decisions that are in your children’s best interests.
A Parent’s Guide to Mediating Kid Issues in Divorce is a great (and inexpensive) gift for your clients.
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Parent Team provides trauma-informed, evidence-based tools and resources for co-parents navigating two-home families. And! Parent Team educates and provides tools and support for professionals who work with two-home families, including lawyers, counselors, mediators, financial professionals, educators, and community resource professionals.
With more than 30 years of combined experience in counseling, financial planning, and mediation, Parent Teams' founders Jen and Brandyn have seen how divorce can take its toll on families. They believe the overwhelming majority of parents want to protect their kids from the negative effects of restructuring and divorce. They just need someone to show them how. Parent Team shows them how and works upstream with the professionals who support two-home parents and kids.
New Day Divorce offers Divorce Mediation Programs, including online and in person programs for divorcing couples throughout California. Additionally New Day Divorce offers Mediation Training for California Family Law Mediators and is an MCLE approved provider with the State Bar of California. Our goal is to empower decision making by providing our clients with the tools they need to make wise decisions and by training family mediators so that they provide mediation services at the highest standard of care. Our Mediation Programs for divorcing couples feature the popular flat fee 5-Step Mediation Program and include, whenever desired or needed, collaboration with highly trained divorce professionals including Certified Divorce Financial Analysts, Business Valuation Experts, Co-Parenting Specialists and Divorce Coaches. New Day Divorce’s Mediation Training features Essentials for California Divorce Mediators, a series of training Programs that include 5-Step System for California Divorce Mediation, Dividing Marital Property, Determining Child & Spousal Support, The Marital Balance Sheet and other training topics.
The ABA Section of Dispute Resolution provides members with accessible, relevant and cutting-edge information, practice tips, and skill-building opportunities. The Section is a vibrant forum for networking, professional development, and research that bridges together unique and diverse perspectives. Our members receive complimentary resources, publications, discounted CLE and event registration, and access to a nationwide network of 10,000 dispute resolution professionals.
Introspective Comprehensive CoParenting (ICC) is a unique co-parenting class. ICC is designed to give participants tools to regulate their emotions, effectively communicate with their co-parent, approach conflict with realistic goals, and focus on their parenting time. ICC works with co-parents separately to allow everyone to learn and practice the skills presented in class without being distracted by the other co-parent. This also allows co-parents to connect with other co-parents, so they feel supported and less isolated by their co-parenting experience. ICC is a live virtual class that gives parents 8 hours of co-parenting education over four weeks. Our live virtual format allows parents to interact with the ICC facilitators and get real-time support with class content. This also means that co-parents from all over the world can enroll.
Pierce’s Pledge is a non-profit organization whose mission is to keep children safe during the stressful and emotionally volatile time of custody disputes. We believe that by storing guns outside of the home during these times can do just that. We represent a voice and advocate for the child where they can't, through lawyers, mediators, custody partners and judges. A child can’t ask a parent to store a gun, but we can.
Family Law Software helps you be more efficient, achieve better client outcomes, and be more profitable in your divorce practice. Help clients make smart financial decisions, create persuasive reports, and settle cases. Family Law Software does all those things and is truly helpful and easy to use.
JBI is a Government Consulting Firm that specializes in Revenue Maximization. We are a full-service consulting firm that assists clients in successfully navigating the Federal and State Government reimbursement process. As no two projects are the same, we customize every project to reflect the client’s needs.
The Association for Conflict Resolution (ACR) is an international professional association for mediators, arbitrators, educators and other conflict resolution practitioners dedicated to enhancing the practice and public understanding of conflict resolution. Our multicultural and multidisciplinary organization offers a broad umbrella under which all forms of dispute resolution practice find a home.
The parent education courses historically provided by family courts have not been supported by robust scientific evidence documenting their effectiveness. The mission of Family Transitions Programs That Work, LLC, (FT-PTW) is to change this by developing, evaluate, and disseminating courses that have been rigorously studied and shown to improve parenting, reduce interparental conflict and reduce children’s mental health problems.
FT-PTW are the creators of the eNew Beginnings Program (eNBP). The eNBP is the online version of the internationally recognized, in-person New Beginnings Program (NBP). The eNBP is a 6-unit asynchronous, completely online course for divorced, separated, and never married parents that has been shown to reduce children’s behavior problems. This highly interactive course teaches parents the skills to improve positive parent-child relationships, provide effective discipline and decrease interparental conflict.
Immediation is a holistic legal dispute resolution platform combining multiple processes and apps into one customizable interface. Designed to streamline and simplify the ADR/ODR process for Courts, Immediation offers industry-leading functionality, unmatched specialization, and delivers the judiciary, attorneys, and neutral parties the capacity, capability, and control to successfully handle complex legal interactions online. Immediation is used by courts, governments, dispute resolution organizations and law firms for local, national, and international matters.
RONALD J. BAVERO – ATTORNEY & AUTHOR
It is extremely gratifying to see the effusive, five-star reviews of my book “An Elephant Doesn’t Marry A Giraffe – Everything I Learned As A Divorce Attorney”, from verified Amazon purchasers. This book is invaluable to the people who are in the process of separation or divorce; the attorneys who represent them; mental health professionals; divorce coaches; mediators; the people who are still recovering from this traumatic life event; as well as those readers who are intrigued by the compelling, true stories in the book.
Three versions of the book, (Hardcover, Paperback and EBook), can be found in the Amazon Book Store, as well the Paperback and EBook versions on the Barnes and Noble online. For more information visit my website
has been providing professional monitors for supervised visitation in Southern California for over 30 years. We have the required training and experience to keep your children safe at all times, as well as the ability to provide superior reports for the Court. The company is licensed and insured. We require ongoing training for our monitors; all our monitors exceed the required qualifications for professional monitors. We take a personal interest in your case and the details that make it unique.
We service supervised visitations Los Angeles County, Orange County, and Ventura County, including the San Fernando Valley, the West Side, Southern Ventura County, as well as Santa Clarita Valley and San Gabriel Valley. We offer monitors fluent in English and Spanish, as well as other languages.