Biographical Info Carol A. Soderquist earned her Juris Doctorate degree from Arizona State University College of Law and was admitted to the Arizona State Bar in 1998. Her practice strengths are negotiating and rapidly solving complex cases. She participated in the Maricopa County Superior Court probate court mediation project in 1999, and continued her mediation education at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California. She is a Collaborative Divorce practitioner, an out-of-court program where the parties, with the assistance of experts, agree upon the terms of their decree of dissolution, which is then submitted to the court. The core of collaborative divorce is cooperative resolution with the goal of keeping family relationships intact. Ms. Soderquist's litigation experience involves a wide spectrum of complex, multi-national probate, exploitation of vulnerable adult and mental health matters, as well as issues involving family law. Ms. Soderquist served as a judge pro tem and as a Parent Coordinator/Special Master for the Maricopa County Superior Court. In addition to being a lawyer, she is licensed as a private fiduciary by the Arizona Supreme Court. Ms. Soderquist was a past Chair (2003-2004) of the Arizona State Bar’s Mental Health & Elder Law Executive Council.
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