The mediation practice
At Integrate Legacy Dispute Resolution Services for Families, we guarantee impeccable communication while guiding our clients through tough conversations. We offer mediation and professional facilitation services for families who want to repair and preserve their relationships with each other rather than to sue one another in court. Despite good intentions, humans get into conflicts so easily, don't we? Kamela has a knack for helping people learn how to get out of conflicts with greater efficiency and compassion. That's why we say we're "harmoniously transforming your conflicts!"
Our sweet spot is working with family members who know there has to be a better way to navigate their differences than by suing each other in court. We love working with folks who are in the LGBTQIA+ community and other non-traditional family structures. Niches and sweet spots aside, we work with anyone who is committed to getting to the other side of their disputes in a wholesome way without "lawyering up"... all people welcome!
We virtually serve clients from any location globally.
Connect with me
See my professional dispute resolution affiliations:
Kamela is the founder of Integrate Legacy Dispute Resolution, a private practice that exclusively offers mediation and professional facilitation services for families who want to repair and preserve their relationships rather than to sue each other in court. As an experienced communication and relationship coach, mediator, martial arts practitioner, dancer and spiritual counselor, she integrates these skills with her legal training to provide a holistic approach to conflict resolution and family facilitated conversations.
In addition to her passion for a heart-centered approach to mediation, Kamela is equally passionate about a transformative approach to communication. She believes that just about any conflict can be mediated with willing participants and a mutual commitment to create a win-win solution. She teaches her clients that all disputes can be resolved when there is creativity, communication, compassion, and a mutual desire to arrive at a win-win outcome. Kamela has been doing mediation since elementary school when she was trained as a peer mediator!
Kamela graduated undergrad as Valedictorian and magna cum laude from Santa Clara University and earned her law degree from Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles. Kamela became a DRPA certified mediator in 2010. She is the former President of the Board of Directors at Community Boards, a community mediation non-profit in San Francisco. She is an active member of Integrative Mediation Bay Area where she co-mediates with mental health professionals to allow the emotional side of the dispute to be addressed and solved while simultaneously creating solutions to the financial and legal sides of the dispute. As a pioneer of the collaborative Trust & Estates field, she works on interdisciplinary teams with other mediation-trained Attorneys, licensed Mental Health and Eldercare Professionals, and Certified Financial Planners to help families solve legal problems outside of court.
Kamela is thrilled to have joined Driscoll Anderson Reynard, LLP as an Associate Attorney
in 2020 to continue her passion for providing heart-centered Trust & Estates legal services
under that firm.
Kamela Love, Esq. is now an Associate Attorney at Driscoll, Anderson, Reynard, LLP.
Please find her Trust & Estates legal services here
Juris Doctor, Cum Laude, Southwestern Law School
BS in Political Science, Valedictorian, Magna Cum Laude, Santa Clara University
BA in Spanish Studies, Valedictorian, Magna Cum Laude, Santa Clara University
Member of California State Bar
Member of the San Diego County Bar Association
Member of the Foothills Bar Association (East County San Diego)
Member of the National LGBT Bar Association
Member of American Bar Association, Dispute Resolution Section
Member of East Bay Trust & Estates Lawyers
Member of Integrative Mediation Bay Area
Member of The Mediation Society
Read & write Arabic
Watch an interview with Kamela on KTNC-TV regarding her mediation work with Community Boards. This interview is conducted in Spanish on AL DIA network.