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Types of ADR Practitioners

 

 

Family Mediation

Conflicts in families are especially delicate, and preserving familial relationships can be vitally important. A skilled ADR practitioner can help guide the parties through the issues to reach a better understanding, engage in improved communication and a find a resolution that everyone feels is fair and reasonable.

  • Divorce settlements
  • Dissolutions of Civil Union
  • Parenting Plans
  • Post- Divorce resolutions
  • Elder Decisions
  • Other family conflicts

 

Probate ADR

Traditionally, resolving legal disputes over an estate or a trust often meant litigation during a time of grieving. Probate ADR approaches are intended to help parties resolve issues without having to go through the emotional effect of litigation.

 

Organizational/Workplace

Conflicts within an organization can negatively impact its culture and reduce productivity.  A skilled conflict resolver can help members of an organization to focus on their common mission and address the obstacles to reaching their goals.

  • Small Business workplace disputes and HR support
  • Non-profit organizational conflicts
  • EEOC complaints
  • Breach of contracts
  • Strategic planning 
  • Team Building and/or organization transitions, restructuring and/or dissolution 

 

Civil Disputes

Civil Mediation allows parties that may not normally have a formal mechanism to lodge complaints an opportunity to create an unofficial solution.

  • Neighborhood disputes
  • Landlord/Tenant issues
  • HOA Conflicts
  • Community Facilitation
  • Small Business
  • Consumer

 

Collaborative Law

A comprehensive approach to the dispute resolution process, collaborative law allows separating couples to work with a collective group of professionals that include lawyers, coaches and financial advisors. During this process the parties and collaborative professionals work towards a fair settlement that avoids litigation and is mutually agreed upon by all parties.   

  • Divorce settlements
  • Dissolutions of Civil Union
  • Parenting Plans
  • Post- Divorce resolutions
  • Elder Decisions
  • Pre and Post-marital contracts.
  • Other family conflicts