Collaborative Divorce Solutions Tailored To Fit Your Family

Chase, Berenstein and Murray, Counselors at Law, offers experienced legal guidance for divorce and other family law matters.

Do You Want A Divorce, Without The Drama?

Divorce can be a difficult, costly process. If there is a court battle, for example, the expenses and anxiety can be enormous. You may even lose sight of the original goals for you and your family. There is a better way. Collaborative divorce is an innovative, more amicable process for resolving the issues involved.

Chase, Berenstein and Murray, Counselors at Law, has been helping clients with family law legal matters for more than 30 years. Our focus on alternative dispute resolution (sometimes called consensual dispute resolution) allows clients to end their marriages with minimal conflict.

our approach to divorce and family law

Our Approach To Divorce And Family Law

mediation

Mediation

three types of collaborative divorce

Three Types Of Collaborative Divorce

Chase, Berenstein and Murray, Counselors at Law, provides collaborative divorce solutions to clients in San Mateo, San Francisco and Santa Clara counties.

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Straightforward, Personalized
Legal Service

At Chase, Berenstein and Murray, Counselors at Law, attorney Lisa Murray can tailor her representation to address your needs.

She will strive to help you preserve your family relationships, both during and beyond separation and divorce. She will listen attentively to your questions and offer intelligent legal options that yield smart decisions and faster resolutions.

Divorce mediation has been used since the 1970s, but many people do not understand why it can be preferable to a litigated divorce. What are the benefits of a mediated divorce?

  • Saves money
  • Saves time
  • Less stress
  • Private and confidential

Mediation solutions can be customized to fit any family situation. To learn more about divorce mediation, contact Chase, Berenstein and Murray, Counselors at Law today.

Benefits Of Divorce Mediation

Divorce mediation has been used since the 1970s, but many people do not understand why it can be preferable to a litigated divorce. What are the benefits of a mediated divorce?

  • Saves money
  • Saves time
  • Less stress
  • Private and confidential

Mediation solutions can be customized to fit any family situation. To learn more about divorce mediation, contact Chase, Berenstein and Murray, Counselors at Law, today.

Should You Do A Prenup?

At Chase, Berenstein and Murray, Counselors at Law, we meet with many people who are considering divorce and dearly wish they had taken the time to create a prenuptial agreement. Nearly half of all marriages end in divorce, and most people are not aware of the financial impacts and pitfalls that marriage can bring.

If you are engaged, you should consider a prenuptial agreement. The need for a prenup is especially important if you: have significant assets, own a business, have high earning potential, have been married before, or have children from a prior relationship.

Contact us with your questions regarding prenuptial agreements.

Is Collaborative Divorce Right For You?