Dischell Bartle Dooley Offers Alternative Solutions in Family Law
An award-winning law firm is offering alternative solutions to family disputes outside the courtroom. Dischell Bartle Dooley provides alternative dispute resolution services to attorneys and clients alike. The services include negotiation, mediation, and arbitration methods for divorce, custody, support, and personal property.
Dischell Bartle Dooley partner and award-winning family law attorney Elizabeth Billies offers mediation services in family law. Mediation in this context includes a neutral third party or “mediator” to facilitate communication between the two disputing parties to help them agree.
The mediator doesn’t make the decisions but instead identifies the interests of the two sides in order to find solutions. This method is often considered less confrontational and less expensive.
Firm founder, experienced family law litigator, and award-winning attorney Mark Dischell is offering arbitration services. This practice is similar to mediation in that it is less formal and less expensive than going to court, except the arbitrator is the one who makes the decision.
In a family law dispute, the two parties would present their case to the arbitrator. After the arbitrator hears both sides, a binding decision is made on their behalf. Arbitration can be a quicker and more efficient way to resolve disputes, giving both parties more privacy over the process. However, parties have less control over the outcome compared to mediation.
Alternative Dispute Resolution services are often recommended to relieve some of the stress and leave both parties in a more positive mindset. This could lead to a healthier family dynamic.
Dischell Bartle Dooley’s family law attorneys are court-approved and remain entirely neutral throughout the process. They practice with the interest and well-being of both parties and their children.
Read more about Alternative Dispute Resolution Services on Dischell Bartle Dooley’s website.
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