Family Law Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)
A divorce can be a complicated process that is financially expensive and emotionally exhausting. In certain cases, a couple may be able to reduce some of their financial expenses while alleviating a great deal of emotional stress by resolving their divorce issues outside of the traditional judicial system. Pursuing divorce through a method of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), such as family law arbitration, collaborative law, or family law mediation, can save a significant amount of time and money while minimizing the effects of a traditionally litigated divorce.
The experienced family law attorneys at Williams Family Law, P.C., offer clients alternative methods of resolving matrimonial disputes. While our firm is well known for its litigation experience, our attorneys have also received specialized training in areas such as arbitration, collaborative law, and mediation. We have successfully guided many individuals and families through these processes.
Our practice at Williams Family Law centers on four core principles: experienced guidance, compassionate advice, powerful advocacy, and knowledge of the local courts, judges and attorneys while seeking the forums and solutions most suited to each client’s individual needs.
To discuss the possibility of using an ADR method for your divorce with an experienced family law attorney, please contact our office.
Melanie Wender Speaks at Family Law Institute
May 17, 2019
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