For the Collaborative Law process to work, both clients must be willing to resolve the dispute and to work toward that end, which includes fully disclosing all relevant information. If there has been physical or substance abuse or criminal activity, Collaborative Law may not be an appropriate choice. Please consult with an attorney trained in Collaborative Law to determine what is appropria…
Lisa M. Rogers, CPA
Over 20 years of experience in helping clients resolve financial issues in divorce.
Focuses on helping clients achieve financial peace of mind.
Well trained in collaborative practice and mediation.
Has a history of successfully resolving almost all collaborative cases in which she is involved.
Competent, effective, efficient, caring and compassionate about her clients and her services.
Engaged in the professional community through membership in:
Alaska Association of Collaborative Professionals
International Academy of Collaborative Professionals
Alaska Society of Certified Public Accountants
American Institute of Certified Public Accountants
Anchorage Estate Planning Council