Archive for December 2012

Shawn Weber’s Interview on San Diego KPBS Radio’s Midday Edition: San Diego County Court budget cuts will affect family law cases

In addition to the T.V. interview cited here, I was thrilled to have the opportunity to speak with KPBS Radio’s Maureen Cavanaugh on Monday December 3.  We were able to get into a lot more depth than the TV interview about the budget crisis facing the San Diego Family Courts and the importance of no-court alternatives for family law litigants such as mediation or collaborative divorce.

You can listen to the interview here:  http://www.kpbs.org/audioclips/16090/

See also:

San Diego Superior Court: Court Reporter Information

Collaborative Family Law Group of San Diego

Brave, Weber & Mack: San Diego Collaborative Divorce Lawyer

Brave, Weber & Mack Website: San Diego Mediation Lawyers

Shawn Weber’s TV Interview on San Diego KPBS: Cuts to San Diego County Courts Are Affecting Families

Shawn Weber’s TV Interview on San Diego KPBS: Cuts to San Diego County Courts Are Affecting Families

By Shawn Weber

www.bravewebermack.com

I was pleased to take part in an interview on San Diego’s KPBS TV’s “Evening Edition” on behalf of the Collaborative Family Law Group of San Diego.  The subject of the interview involved the budget cuts affecting the family courts in San Diego and why families and parties going through family law litigation should consider no-court options such as mediation or collaborative divorce.  The host, Peggy Pico, was delightful.  It was a lot of fun and I look forward to more opportunities to explain why out-of-court options are so important.

See Also:

Collaborative Family Law Group of San Diego Blog: “KPBS-TV Interview: Cuts to San Diego County Courts Are Affecting Families

San Diego Superior Court: Court Reporter Information

Brave, Weber & Mack Website: San Diego Collaborative Divorce Lawyer

Brave, Weber & Mack Website: San Diego Mediation Lawyers

Shawn Weber’s Interview on San Diego KPBS Radio’s Midday Edition: San Diego County Court budget cuts will affect family law cases

 

SPLIT … a film for (and by) kids of divorce

I came across an excellent video about children going through a divorce or custody battle.  It is “[a] candid, poignant, and often humorous film about kids and divorce… from the kids’ perspective.”

This is an excellent film and should be required for any party going through a custody battle. It’s so important to see it from the kids’ perspectives.

Here is the link:

http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1074778576/split-a-film-for-and-by-kids-of-divorce?ref=live&goback=%2Enmp_*1_*1_*1_*1_*1_*1_*1_*1_*1