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When Disagreements Arise, Your Opinion Deserves To Be Heard
When you cannot come to an agreement on something important in your business, family or civil life, you can look to legal help guided by an experienced attorney. We understand that disagreements are complex, and everyone feels like their goals are being ignored.
At Padish Law Group, PLLC, we advocate for our clients with friendly, responsive, modern approaches to the law.
Creating A Tailored Strategy For Your Case
Legal disputes can be solved in many ways. Our firm will never provide a one-size-fits-all answer for your case. Our skilled attorneys will listen to your situation and carefully choose the strategy that is right for you.
This can mean settling, going to court or entering mediation to hear all sides of the dispute before finding a solid resolution.
What Is Mediation?
Mediation uses an attorney present in the room to keep the conversation useful and fair between two conflicting parties. We tend to recommend family matters be resolved through mediation, as it gives both parents a chance to discuss what is best for their children.
When you work with our certified mediators who are also former judges and lawyers, we can help you find an agreement and create a legally binding document at the same time. Mediation helps your goals be heard and helps keep the control in your hands.
What Is Arbitration?
Arbitration involves two disputing parties explaining their side of the story and their evidence to a neutral third party. Once all the evidence is heard, the third party will make a legally binding decision that everyone must follow.
This can be a good option to keep your case out of lengthy court processes but can also take away your control in the outcome.
What Is Litigation?
Litigation means taking your case to court. You and your attorney will meet to build a case strategy and find evidence to support your case. The evidence and statements will be presented to a judge and sometimes in front of a jury. The other side will also be able to present their evidence and statements. After hearing everything and asking questions, the judge and jury will have the final say in the outcome of the case.
Help When You Do Not Know Where To Start
Our team is comprised of former judges who heard innumerable criminal cases and family matters and understand the outcomes you can expect during litigation. This gives us a unique perspective on litigation and whether another method of dispute resolution would serve you better.