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“I was a slash-and-burn lawyer”

In this low-key interview, Ron Supancic gets personal and tells us how he got into Collaborative Law.

Second Saturday Workshop at TLC

The Law Collaborative
Second Saturday Workshop
Saturday, May 8th
8:00 am – 1:00 pm
5959 Topanga Canyon Blvd. Suite 375
Woodland Hills, CA 91367

Ron Supancic, CFLS will be discussing:
*Collaborative Law
*The divorce process and fees
*Protecting yourself
*Child Custody
*Spousal and child support

Presenters include: Renee Leff, LMFT & Irene Smith, CDFA

Registration Admission:
$50.00 charge at the door
$45.00 pre-paid

From Heartbreak to Happiness

“Resentment is like swallowing poison and waiting for the other person to die.” — Aurora Winter

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Aurora Winter, founder of the Grief Coach Academy and writer of the profound book From Heartbreak to Happiness, talks about how to survive a crisis such as divorce.

Helping Families

Just a reminder about tomorrow’s program, Helping Families.  For more information, click here!

Also, we recommend this excellent podcast interview of Rosalinda O’Neil talking about how to tell your kids you’re getting a divorce.

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Rosalinda O’Neil holds a bachelor’s degree in finance from the University of Miami and a master’s in counseling psychology from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.  She is a California Licensed Marriage Family Therapist with expertise in addiction, conflict resolution, partner dynamics, relationship, trauma and achieving success.  For more information about Ms. O’Neill click here, or you can check out some of her publications here.

What’s the difference between mediation and arbitration?

In this short video, attorney Ron Supancic explains the difference between mediation and arbitration.

What’s new at The Law Collaborative

Dear Friends of the Law Collaborative,

This April we celebrate an anniversary. Although Ron and Robert have been practicing family law for a sum total of fifty years or more, this April we celebrate the First Anniversary of The Law Collaborative, LLP, formed by Ron and Robert with the stated aim of ‘Bringing Peace to the Legal Process.’

With this in mind, we offer our readers one simple suggestion for establishing peace in our daily lives.


Even in tough times, there is plenty for which to be thankful. If we establish a habit of noting the small things that mark us as fortunate, we cultivate Thankfulness and Appreciation. Establishing these qualities in our lives benefits our health, our relationships, and our general well-being. They also have a way of overflowing into the lives of others. Realize that there is no actual risk attached to exercising Thankfulness and Appreciation, and that such attitudes come with much potential benefit. Thankfulness and Appreciation may be experienced on a daily basis if we apply ourselves to forming the habit.

COLLABORATIVE LAW – The attorney who wishes to employ collaborative law in his practice must have a thorough knowledge of negotiation skills, and understand the underlying theories and strategies of negotiation. Minimum standards for collaborative family law practice are continually expanding, as the work continues to attract more followers throughout the country. The State Bar provides education on an annual basis, making available new tools, technology, and information generated by the professionals engaged in the practice. This month, on Saturday, April 10th, Ron will be the closing speaker at the “Helping Families” conference at Pepperdine Law School in beautiful Malibu. Any professional interested in learning more about collaborative practice would do well to attend. For more information, check

We would like to share a testimonial, and our new blog –


The Law Collaborative is a team of divorce lawyers and paralegals who advocate for the family. I have yet to come across another group of lawyers who take as much care in preserving family values, keeping costs down and protecting children, as the good people at The Law Collaborative. TLC focuses on keeping families together, even in the middle of a crisis. This concept has so enraptured me that I’ve been inspired to write “A Serious Girl,” a blog that focuses on marriage and family. The Law Collaborative opened my eyes to the many options we have for our marriages, our children, and our lives.

Visit Ron and Robert on Divorce on ITunes for additional information. Please call us if you have any questions. We are here to serve you.

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How is Collaborative Law different from Mediation?

Ron Supancic answers that question in this quick informational video.

What experts are involved in the collaborative process?

Ron Supancic answers that very question in this short informational video.

What is Fiduciary Duty and Mandatory Disclosure?

In this ninety second video attorney Ronald Supancic uses plain English to explain Fiduciary Duty and Mandatory Disclosure.

TLC, bringing peace to the legal process.