Providing You With Alternatives For Resolving Your Family Law Dispute
Are you facing a contentious divorce? Is your ex fighting you for custody and for all of your possessions? Do you want to explore legal options that do not include going to court?
Most people who are involved in family law disputes want to resolve their issues amicably. At Purdy Law Office, LLC, in the Harrisburg area, we understand and encourage negotiated settlements that put parties in charge of their results.
Alternative Dispute Resolution Options For Family Law Matters In Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania laws provide people alternatives to litigation. Our experienced alternative dispute resolution (ADR) attorneys have received specialized training in mediation and collaborative law. If you are facing a divorce, child custody or support dispute or another type of family law issue, let us help you explore your options.
- What is collaborative law? The collaborative law process allows parties to family law disputes to come together on a voluntary basis to mutually resolve their issues with the assistance of collaboratively trained lawyers.
- What is mediation? With mediation, the parties to a family law dispute mediate their differences with the guidance of a neutral third-party attorney. The process focuses on settling issues through compromise and, at the end, the parties have an enforceable agreement.
Taking A Holistic Approach To Family Issues
At Purdy Law Office, LLC, we strive not only to resolve your legal dispute, but also to address all of your needs. To that end, we will work in conjunction with other professionals who can help you through the emotional and financial aspects of the process. These professionals may include your accountant and your family’s mental health care providers.
With your permission, we will also explore additional dispute resolution options as well, including:
- Conducting meetings involving just the attorneys to help narrow the issues
- Conducting group meetings with all of the parties
Call Today For A Free Consultation
At Purdy Law Office, LLC, our skilled lawyers will help you obtain the best possible result for your family law matter. Of course, we are always ready and able to take your case to court should the ADR process be ineffective for your unique situation.
To learn more about your options, call us at 717-836-0764 or send us an email and schedule your free initial consultation.