Lisa B. Forberg
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40 Burton Woods Blvd, #200
Nashville, TN 37215
Description of Practice
Lisa is a trained Rule 31 Mediator in the State of Tennessee, and has an extensive background in the use of mediation and Alternative Dispute Resolution methods in Family Law and Divorce cases.
She has also publicly spoken and written on these topics for many years, with articles in legal publications, such as:
- “First Do No Harm: Counselors at Law and the Commitment to Settlement,” opinion article in NH Bar Journal, November, 2014
- “The Benefits of the Collaborative Process to the New Hampshire Bench and Bar,” NH Bar News, November, 2011.
- “Treatment of Alimony and Child Support in Collaborative Cases,” Collaborative Law: Practice and Procedures, First Edition 2014, Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education Inc., Boston.
|1998||“Divorce Mediation Training” , 40 hours|
|2006||“Basic Collaborative Practice Training” , 8 hours|
|2011||“Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice Training”, 16 hours|
|2012||“Engaging the Reluctant Spouse”|
|2012||“Working with Interests in Collaborative Negotiation”, 8 hours|
|2013||“Confronting the Challenges of Neutrality”, 8 hours|
|2013||“Keeping Interests on the Table – Generating Solutions with a Focus on Interests|
|2015||“Mediation Skills for Collaborative Professionals”, 8 hours|
Areas of Practice
- Adult Family
- Divorce (all issues)
- Divorce (parenting)
- Marital Mediation
- Mediating Lawyer
- Collaborative Professional
- Representational Lawyer
References available upon request.
This dispute resolution professional keeps liability insurance.
Attachments2016 0719 - Is a Holy Divorce Possible - AJ Levine and Lisa Forberg.pdf
2016 0719 LAW Newsletter Article - Streamlined Settlements without Posturing.pdf