About The Founder

Pamela Donison

Pamela Donison founded AzCC as an Open Philosophy practice group because of the need for flexible definitions of the collaborative team while honoring and adhering to the spirit of the model that Stu Webb created 25 years ago.

Admitted to practice law in Arizona in 1999, Pamela has litigated, negotiated, mediated and settled hundreds of family law cases, ranging from premarital agreements to post-decree custody issues. She has been practicing Collaborative Law since 2005.  Pamela has extensive experience in Double Divorce: divorcing couples who are also business owners, dividing both personal and business assets.  Today, Pamela’s law practice is concentrated on Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), including arbitration, mediation, negotiation, Collaborative Divorce, cooperative divorce, and consulting.

Pamela is a Judge Pro Tempore for the Family Court Bench and is on the Maricopa County Superior Court Roster as an approved Attorney Mediator.   Pamela frequently presents on family law issues, including collaborative law and integrative practices.