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Cooperative Practice Group

The Cooperative Practice Group recognizes that there is no single process that meets the needs of all families experiencing transition through divorce.  There is no "one size fits all."  Indeed, there are many negotiating models and impasse resolution models from which to choose.  The lawyers of the Practice Group are experienced attorneys who can help you decide from among the process choices available to families facing divorce.  As a result, the lawyers of the Practice Group can customize a process that fits the unique circumstances of your situation.  We recognize that after the divorce, you will still be a family - a family restructured by divorce, but yet a family, nevertheless.  

The Cooperative Divorce model provides you with the opportunity to create a process for your family that selects not only how you are going to negotiate, but also identifies what happens if, despite all best efforts, you reach impasse.  In the event of impasse, few families choose litigation as the mechanism by which to resolve their differences.  They typically prefer to preserve their privacy and dignity by selecting a discreet, informal and conclusive alternative such as arbitration.  Or, they may prefer to work with a mediator to deal with unresolved issues.  Providing for what happens in the event of impasse is the only way to ensure that families will completely avoid the economic and non-economic costs of litigation.  

 

 

 

The negotiating models and impasse resolution options from which you may select include the following:   


The choices are many and the issues confronting your family may be complex.  The lawyers of the Cooperative Practice Group encourage you to choose a process that addresses your unique concerns and avoids litigation.  We believe that you and your family will benefit from the flexibility and creativity afforded by the Cooperative Divorce model.
   

 

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PhotoLoeb, James A.
Attorney
Cleveland office
Key Tower
216. 861.7574
   44114
PhotoKapusta-Dorogi, Jonetta J.
Attorney
Cleveland office
635 West Lakeside Avenue, #605
216-426-2970
 44113
PhotoGabinet, Sarah J.
Attorney
Cleveland office
1375 East 9th Street, 20th Floor
216.736.7206
  44114
PhotoHeller, Roger D.
Attorney
Cleveland office
820 West Superior Avenue, Suite 510
216.771.0811
     44113
PhotoWirtz, Amy Y.
Attorney
Sheffield Village office
5050 Waterford Drive
440-695-0941
 44035
PhotoSayre, John D.
Attorney
Cleveland office
25 West Prospect Avenue, Suite 1400
216.621.7227
   44115
PhotoCahn, James S.
Attorney
Cleveland office
Suite 3150
216.363-1313
   44114
PhotoNemeth, Robert M.
Certified Divorce Financial Analyst, Certified Valuation Analyst, CPA
Independence office
6155 Rockside Road, Suite 400
216-674-3800
     44131
PhotoComet-Epstein, Sharon
Attorney, Mediator
Woodmere office
Eton Tower, 28601 Chagrin Blvd., #240
216.464.1610
 44122
PhotoSkirbunt, James R.
Attorney
Cleveland office
1375 East Ninth Street, Suite 3150
216.363.1313
    44114
PhotoMagyaros, Anne S.
Attorney
Chagrin Falls office
516 East Washington Street
440.247.4766
  44022
PhotoSavren, Joy B.
Attorney, Mediator
Cleveland office
618 Hanna Building
216-771-6597
   44115
PhotoReynolds, Christopher R.

Cleveland office
950 Main Avenue, 4th Floor
216-696-4441
      44113
PhotoFifner, Greta
Attorney
Cleveland office
2672 West 14th Street
216.623.1220
 44113

 

 
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