Collaborative Law & Mediation Resources

As family law attorneys who strongly favor and encourage mediation as a means toward resolving a divorce or family law dispute, we at the Law Offices of Russo & Prince are pleased to provide the following links to collaborative law and mediation resources in the California counties of Solano, Napa and Contra Costa. If you are looking for someone to help you mediate a divorce or other family law matter, please contact the Law Offices of Russo & Prince to speak with one of our experienced lawyers and mediators.

Selected California Legal Resources

California Courts Solano County Superior Court Napa County Superior Court Contra Costa County Superior Court California Court of Appeals California Supreme Court California Family Code California Bar Association Solano County Bar Association Solano County Government

Collaborative Law and Mediation Resources

The California Collaborative Law Statute can be found in Section 2013 of the California Family Code.

The State Bar of California pamphlet, How Can I Resolve My Dispute Without A Trial, discusses several different types of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), its advantages and potential drawbacks, and other helpful information

Find a host of information on collaborative practice at the website of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals.  Our collaborative law attorneys are also members of the Sacramento Collaborative Practice Group.

The website of Collaborative Law Committee of the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution has articles and resources related to collaborative practice.

The collaborative law FAQs page at DivorceNet answers many questions you may have about collaborative law and mediation.

An informative article called What is Collaborative Law can be found at the website of the Cincinnati Academy of Collaborative Professionals.