Experienced, Quality Legal Representation for Dispute Resolution, Mediation, & Arbitration Law
The attorneys of Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, P.C., possess a combination of skills in all varieties of Dispute Resolution, including Online Dispute Resolution (“ODR”). They have the experience to help determine which process is most suitable for each case, and the staff necessary to provide support to its seasoned mediators, arbitrators, early neutral evaluators, and Collaborative attorneys who are leaders in the Dispute Resolution community.
Comprehensive Online Dispute Resolution
Online Dispute Resolution can be an effective way to resolve your legal problems. There are various means of solving problems online, including secure video conferencing, secure text exchange, and secure document exchange, all of which can be done from the comfort of your home or office. It is a 21st Century solution, and you don’t have to wait until you are in court to use it.
ODR allows you to save time and money on travel for you and your lawyers: You can save money on expert fees, since you can limit the amount of time they are required to remain engaged, and you can remove the pressure of making life choices and decisions on the spot since an online exchange can take place over a series of communications, rather than one long session. Contact Paule, Camazine, & Blumenthal, P.C. today to schedule a consultation.
Our Dispute Resolution Legal Services
Whether you are looking for a trained neutral person to conduct the dispute resolution or need a lawyer to represent you in a Dispute Resolution case, Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal can assist you.
Our experienced attorneys are well-versed in dispute resolution matters, including:
- Arbitration or Mediation of:
- Mediation of divorce and post-divorce matters including:
- Child custody
- Division of property
- Child support
- And many other types of disputes
Our mediators have received special training to allow them to work with both sides and help develop options to settle the dispute on the most favorable terms for all, minimizing the rancor that often accompanies courtroom proceedings. Mediation can be used for almost any type of dispute or claim.
At other times, when a case needs to be tried but the parties want to avoid the courtroom, Arbitration may be the best option. In an Arbitration, the parties to the dispute choose the arbitrator, someone familiar with the general subject area of the dispute. The Arbitrator hears the case instead of a court judge, and the decision is binding subject to limited court appeals. Skilled arbitrators use rules that are more streamlined than those used in a court, intending to obtain more efficient but equally just results for a lower cost.
Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal also has unique experience in Collaborative Law, a process used for family law matters including divorces. In a Collaborative Divorce, the couple and their lawyers meet in face-to-face sessions, in person or online, during which they exchange information voluntarily and work to find creative solutions. A Collaborative Divorce often includes mental health or financial specialists as part of the problem-solving team. If experts are needed, the parties will jointly engage them, avoiding the expense of duplicating these efforts as in traditional litigation. All of the participants sign an agreement pledging to resolve the problem without going to trial.
Call Our Clayton or O’Fallon Law Offices Today
Contact Paule, Camazine & Blumenthal, P.C. at 314-727-2266. If an evening or weekend appointment is necessary, we will adjust our schedules to fit yours.