A collaborative divorce can be part of the healing process rather than making things worse, which is what can happen in the courtroom. It makes sense to protect relationships and children and work out a settlement that best meets the needs of both parties.
Kim M. Munsinger
Attorney at Law
207 West Summit Ave.
Summa Cum Laude; Phi Beta Kappa
University of Texas
Texas Law Review Notes Editor
2007 - Basic Collaborative Family Law Training, Don Royal
2009 - Interdisciplinary Collaborative Law Training, Norma Trusch
2011 - Advanced Interdisciplinary Collaborative Law Training, Norma Trusch
2014 - Interdisciplinary Collaborative Law Training, Norma Trusch
2016 - Advanced Interdisciplinary Collaborative Law Training
2005 - 40-Hour Basic Mediation Training, Kim Kovach
2006 - Advanced Family Mediation Training, Susan Cefai