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Greta FifnerAttorney Private Practice
Greta has maintained a private practice since 1991 where she focuses in the area of family law and domestic relations, including divorce, dissolution, property division, custody, support, and post decree matters.Greta helps her clients determine which process is most suited to their needs, based on her experience in the various forms of alternative dispute resolution. She has completed the Collaborative and Advanced Collaborative training, is certified as a Divorce and Family Mediator, and can serve as a Parenting Coordinator. Greta serves on the Board of Trustees of the Center for Principled Family Advocacy where she is active in the Collaborative Practice Group and is Co-Chair of the Mediation Practice Group. Greta is a member of the Citizens Advisory Board of the Cuyahoga County Juvenile Court and belongs to the International Association of Collaborative Professionals (IACP).
Greta graduated from the University of North Carolina, Bachelor of Fine Arts, and Cleveland-Marshall College of Law. Greta served as Judicial Referee for the Lakewood Municipal Court from 1987-1990, and often serves as an Arbitrator for the Cuyahoga County Court of Common Pleas.
These professionals can help you and your spouse choose a guided, proven and court-approved method for ending your marriage and settling parenting issues. Aside from lowering costs, a non-litigation approach is more likely to produce a more livable future for you and your separated family.