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Jennifer is a Christian attorney and will dedicate her time to speak to groups for religious or educational purposes. If you are looking for a Christian lawyer, Peaceful Family Law can address the additional layer of concern you may have about going to court as a Christian.

Jennifer frequently presents information about Collaborative Law to advocate a truly non-litigation strategy for resolving disputes. Jennifer will explain, free of charge, to your church or organization the foundation of Collaborative lLw, the cornerstones of Collaborative Process and the ways to ensure that legal problems can be transformed to legal solutions. If you want to help your employees or your congregation learn to guide conflict in a way that creates less disruption and more cooperation, call us today at 480-999-0800.

Regardless of your reason for visiting your attorney’s office, we are motivated to keep your life out of court and in your own hands. Whether drafting a contract, negotiating a divorce settlement or a child custody resolution, or creating an estate plan that will give effect to your wishes, Peaceful Family Law is aware that litigation has a time and a place. The majority of cases that go to litigation could have been resolved for less money and in less time.

A driving force behind our philosophy is the belief prevalent in so many faiths that it is better not to litigate. This belief was expressed in Luke 12:57-59, when it was said: “Why don’t you judge for yourselves what is right? As you are going with your adversary to the magistrate, try hard to be reconciled on the way, or your adversary may drag you off to the judge, and the judge turn you over to the officer, and the officer throw you into prison. I tell you, you will not get out until you have paid the last penny.” Two thousand years later, that wisdom applies. Jean de la Bruyere said: “Avoid lawsuits beyond all things; they pervert your conscience, impair your health, and dissipate your property.”

Gavin Rossdale is quoted as having said, “The only people who benefit from lawsuits are lawyers. I think we made a couple of them rich.”

A Huffington Post article detailed the “10 things lawyers don’t want you to know” – and among them? You guessed it – lawyers don’t want you to know that lawyers won’t risk their own personal and financial futures at the hands of a judge. Why should you, and why should anyone you care about, go through such an expensive, traumatic experience?