Using An Out-Of-Court Approach To Resolve Conflicts
Compromise can be a good thing in a family law dispute. Parties who are willing to compromise on the major issues in a dispute can save money, time and grief, compared to those who insist on pursuing litigation.
If you are involved in a divorce, child custody dispute or another family law matter, The Law Offices of Joseph A. Guillama can help you. Our Reading, Pennsylvania, law firm provides support, advice and solid representation to clients in Berks County and surrounding areas in family legal matters.
Achieving Cost-Effective Solutions Without Litigation
Our founding lawyer, Joseph A. Guillama, has practiced family law locally for nearly 15 years. In that time, he has helped many clients achieve satisfying and cost-effective solutions through alternatives to litigation, including:
- Negotiations with opposing attorneys in which he zealously advocates for the client’s goals while being mindful of the client’s desire to achieve an out-of-court settlement;
- Collaborative negotiations in which both sides’ attorneys meet to obtain solutions that benefit all parties with an eye toward minimizing costs for the client;
- Alternative dispute resolution: Both attorneys and their clients convene a meeting with a clear understanding that each side wishes to avoid litigation and is willing to compromise in order to resolve all disputes as peacefully as possible.
Is Collaboration Right For Me?
This is a question only you can answer in consultation with an attorney. Meet with Joe and he will discuss your circumstances and legal options, as well as the position of your legal adversary. If possible, he will work with the other side to resolve all outstanding issues without requiring you to spend thousands of dollars in potentially unproductive litigation in court.
Discuss Your Options For Free. Call Us To Learn More!
Before you take action, talk to an experienced divorce mediation lawyer for free. We offer no-cost, confidential consultations because we care about your family’s welfare. You can easily reach our Reading office via our online form or by calling 610-295-5335. Se habla español.