Attorney Christina Littlefield has practiced family law in the San Francisco Bay Area for thirty years, and is a Certified Family Law Specialist.
Chris listens carefully to understand and help clients achieve their goals and lasting results by tailoring her work to the clients’ needs in court and out of court. She can work out settlements and provide support using alternative dispute resolution methods such as Collaborative Practice, mediation, consulting, as well as court representation with traditional litigation, cooperative and unbundled litigation.
A Family Law Specialist certified by the State Bar of California’s Board of Legal Specialization, Chris co-founded the original Alameda County Collaborative Practice Group, served as a board member of a number of family law bench and bar associations, Collaborative Practice organizations, and the Mills College Alumnae Association.
She has served as a Judge Pro Tem, a privately appointed Judge, and a Special Master for the Superior Court and as an Arbitrator for the Alameda County Bar Association.
She was the Coordinator of the Southern Alameda County Domestic Violence Law Project. Chris has degrees from Mills College, the University of Maryland, and the University of California, Davis, where she was a Law Review author and editor. Chris has co-chaired the Collaborative Practice California state wide conference and has been a delegate every year.
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