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
Families are under attack. Of course, we all worried about the pandemic. Families are also overwhelmed by the staggering effects of daily confinement, managing children’s education, the uncertain economy income, and anxiety about the future.
(Published May 2020) - Amanda Singer contributed an article titled "Splitting assets during a down market" for the ebook created and edited by long-time family mediator, Michael Lang and Peter Nicholson, Managing Director of OGX a digital communication company.
Advice from over 90 mediators and related professionals, artists, politicians and others affected by the Pandemic from around the world.
(Published April 2021) - Amanda Singer and Jennifer Segura both contributed articles. Amanda's article is titled "Stories of Hope: Nesting during a pandemic" and Jennifer's is titled "Change your Mind, Change your Life"
This book includes personal stories, artwork, poetry, and professional advice from 106 contributors.
(Published July 2022). Amanda Singer contributed an article titled "Grief & Fatigue: Families & the Pandemic: Stories of Struggle and Hope"
Advice for Any Woman Who is Ending a Marriage and Wanting to Rebuild Life on Her Terms. This book shows women that just because you’ve gone from "I do" to "I don’t", it doesn’t mean you have to say, "I give up." Enjoy advice from over a dozen professionals.
(Published February 2023) Amanda Singer was interviewed for a chapter on Divorce Mediation & Pre-Marital Agreements.
Your Wealth Hour - Amanda & Jennifer
The Craig Sewing Show
Realtor Seth O’Byrne and Amanda Singer with Craig Sewing on 1170 AM
Seth and Amanda discuss how Family Mediation and Real Estate sometimes go hand in hand.
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.
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.
Amanda Singer (JD ’13) wasted no time in forging her path after law school. Just two years since earning her JD from Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law, where she participated in the Mediation Clinic run by Professor David Dowling, Singer has become a full-time mediator and co-owner of the San Diego Family Mediation Center.