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Putting Kids First in Divorce: How to Reduce Conflict, Preserve Relationships and Protect Children During and After Divorce

A truly insightful collection of non-adversarial collaborative divorce solutions which focus on preserving family relationships; before, during and after divorce.

Amanda Singer & Jennifer Segura Co-Authored Chapter on Blended Family Mediation
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Radio Shows

Your Wealth Hour

11/11/2016

Your Wealth Hour - Amanda & Jennifer

07/07/2016

Talk To The Lawyer on AM 1170

10/17/2015

Videos/Podcasts

Articles

Fowler School of Law Alumni Take on Publishing World

Three Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law alumni recently set out to share their expertise by publishing three very distinct books. From estate planning to family mediation to finding the perfect business structure, Quan Vuong (JD and LL.M. ’11), Amanda Singer (JD ’13) and Neetal Parekh (JD ’06) jumped head-first into the publishing world with their own unique educational resources.

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Amanda Singer and Jennifer Segura Achieve Best-Selling Author Status

Amanda Singer and Jennifer Segura, of San Diego Family Mediation Center, have topped multiple Amazon.com best-seller lists with their contribution to the new book — Putting Kids First in Divorce: How to Reduce Conflict, Preserve Relationships & Protect Your Children During & After Divorce. The book includes conversations with ten inspiring high-integrity divorce professionals with the collective mission of putting the needs of children first via collaborative and mediated divorce strategies.

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Amanda Singer - an interview for APFM

1) Who are you? Where do you come from? What is your background?
My mom was a therapist when I was growing up, and I saw firsthand how important people’s emotions can be in so many situations and how, while therapy is a great start to help people understand their past and what has happened, there should also be a focus on developing skills in relationship disputes.

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