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Arlene Kostant Law
220 Montgomery Street, 15th Floor
San Francisco, CA 94104



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415-433-2863 phone
415-397-1577 fax

www.kostantlaw.com

akostantlaw@gmail.com

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Arlene Kostant, Legal

Arlene Kostant is a State Bar Certified Family Law Specialist assisting clients in resolving family law issues through negotiation, mediation and collaboration. She is an active participant in Collaborative Practice San Francisco and was a previous President of Collaborative Practice East Bay. 

Arlene served for a number of years on the Northern California Public Education Committee. In addition to her work with collaborative practice groups, Arlene is a member and former chair of the San Francisco Bar Association's Family Law Section. She has acted as judge pro tem for the San Francisco Family Law court and has an AV rating by Martindale-Hubbell. She was selected by the San Francisco Daily Journal as one of California's 25 most sought-after family law mediators and was named by Law and Politics Publishers as one of the top 50 female lawyers (Super Lawyers) in Northern California. 

Arlene has trained extensively in mediation and collaboration skills, has previously taught mediation at Hastings Law School and currently teaches classes in negotiation at Hastings and UC Berkeley Law Schools. In addition, she leads negotiation workshops for law firms, collaborative practice groups and private industry. Arlene is committed to helping parties stay out of court and to reaching solutions that truly work for them.

About CPSF

Collaborative Practice San Francisco is a group of professionals interested in avoiding court battles and power struggles to resolve conflicts. Our group is a multi-disciplinary, multi-field group open to all professionals interested in Collaborative conflict resolution. Read more...

Will CP work for me?

If the following values are important to you, it is likely to be a workable option:

  • I want us to communicate with a tone of respect.
  • I want to prioritize the needs of our children.
  • My needs and those of my spouse/partner require equal consideration, and I will listen objectively.

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