Alternative Dispute Resolution: Mediation and Collaborative Law

Mickenberg, Dunn attorneys offer a wide range of alternative dispute resolution services, with an emphasis on: (1) residential real estate foreclosure mediations; and (2) mediation and collaborative law for all types of family law matters (including divorce, legal separation, paternity actions, custody disputes, and civil union dissolutions).

The focus of our alternative dispute resolution practice is to: (a) facilitate a discussion of the issues and an exchange of information, perspectives and differing points of view; (b) help the parties identify their interests and opportunities; and (c) assist the parties in exploring, evaluating and negotiating possible options and creative, mutually beneficial solutions to disputes, in order to avoid the need for often costly, time consuming and stressful litigation. These services are designed to be flexible, in order to best meet the needs and objectives of the parties.

For more information about Collaborative Law, please visit Chittenden County Collaborative Law Practice Group.

The attorney involved in this area of practice is Alison McCarthy.