Virginia Beach, VA (PRWEB) September 05, 2014
Linda Shin has spent the better part of the last decade making a reputation for herself as an attorney and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) professional who brings a compassionate and personal approach to her clients. In an effort to review and raise her online accessibility, Ms. Shin recently announced her membership in Mediation.com, the nation’s fastest-growing ADR community.
“I believe in representing each client with Creativity, Compassion and Competence. That is why I founded Cedar Law Center. Every client needs a unique approach – getting to know their needs is where the compassion comes in. For example, I support our troops and the military families that stand behind them, and devote much of my practice to understanding the special needs of military families in resolving problems or finding their way through divorce. Once I understand what my client needs, I get creative, working with them to develop solutions to meet those needs. Competent counsel is needed to execute those solutions effectively, whether it’s in the courtroom or the conference room. I want more families to benefit from my philosophy, and that’s why I’ve joined Mediation.com.”
Shin’s belief in finding the least adversarial path possible for her clients in their family situations is rooted in her belief that the well-being of the children is paramount in every family dispute. Her approach typically saves heartache and money for her clients when compared to traditional litigation. Her strong belief in this philosophy led her to pursue post-graduate education in mediation and alternative dispute resolution at Eastern Mennonite University’s Center for Justice and Peacebuilding. Today, she handles complex issues involving child custody, child support modification, spousal support, divorce, domestic civil and criminal matters, family law, juvenile law, special education law, as well as marital or domestic partner separation, and wills.
A graduate of The T.C. Williams School of Law at the University of Richmond, Shin is a member of the Virginia Mediation Network, the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals, Virginia Collaborative Professionals, and three local collaborative practice groups in the Tidewater area.