DISPUTE RESOLUTION

Experienced Mediation Attorneys

ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION

Michelman & Bricker, P.C. attorneys provide ADR services of Mediation and Collaborative Law practice. Using the Mediation and Collaborative Law models for dispute resolution, our trained attorneys assist clients to resolve differences or disputes and to achieve agreements that are voluntary and mutually satisfactory, without litigation or court intervention.

Amy Bricker and Sharon D. Block are trained and experienced Family Law Mediators who assist clients who choose to resolve their differences and/or concerns through the voluntary process of Mediation. Mediation may address some or all of the conflicts at issue, and may occur apart from or in conjunction with litigation. Ms. Bricker and Ms. Block also consult with and/or represent individual clients who are engaged in the mediation process with another mediation professional.

COLLABORATIVE PRACTICE

Amy Bricker and Sharon D. Block are trained and experienced Collaborative Law Attorneys. The Collaborative Law model offers clients the benefit of individual legal representation acting outside of the traditional adversarial and often, destructive litigation model. A team of Collaboratively-trained attorneys and a neutral (and a financial professional, where appropriate) assist the parties to address their concerns, resolve their differences and achieve a satisfactory and durable agreement that they are willing and able to implement. The process is respectful of the parties’ privacy and occurs without court involvement.

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Whether you need assistance with an environmental law, health care law, construction litigation, white collar crime, business law, employment law or family law, we can help. Call Michelman & Bricker, P.C. at the office location nearest you or contact us online to schedule a consultation.

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