Mediation/Arbitration

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Mediation is a meeting with parties who have a dispute and select a trained mediator who acts as a neutral person to help guide the mediation process. The mediator does not favor either side of the dispute, but assists the parties in negotiating in order to reach a mutual resolution. The mediator acts as the voice of reason, promotes constructive and creative bargaining tactics, brings closure to the issues, and records the settlement in writing. Our attorneys have the experience and skills necessary to act as trained mediators and guide the mediation process.

General Practice Areas

Construction Defect Litigation

Construction Defect Litigation

Our construction law team brings many years of hands-on experience in this unique and challenging area of the law on behalf of our clients.

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Mediation and Arbitration

Mediation/Arbitration

We are fortunate to have a division of our firm that focuses on both circuit court and family court mediation. These attorneys specialize in corporate and construction mediation as well as family/domestic mediation.

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Business Formation and Litigation

Business Formation/Litigation

When beginning a business, you must decide what form of business entity to establish. Your form of business determines your personal liability regarding investments into your business, and the taxes you have to pay.

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Insurance Bad Faith

Insurance Bad Faith Claims

By law, insurance companies must treat their insured’s fairly and in good faith. If an insurance company unreasonably refuses to pay benefits owed to you, they may be liable for bad faith.

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Homeowners Associations

Homeowners Associations

Our team of professional legal counsel can advise HOA boards in governing homeowners within the association. We can also represent boards and individuals when problems arise within the confines of an HOA.

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