Is Alternative Resolution Dispute Right For You?
When you are involved in a dispute, you may be determined to take your case to court. But litigation is often not the best answer. Taking your case to trial can be expensive and time-consuming, and it should only be done when other efforts have failed.
At McKenna, DuPont, Higgins & Stone, our lawyers are dedicated to resolving your dispute in a way that saves you time and cuts down on costs.
Effectively And Efficiently Meeting Your Goals
Whether through mediation, arbitration or other forms of alternative dispute resolution, our attorneys can facilitate a smooth process while standing up for your rights. You need an attorney who understands the law and can help you navigate this difficult process. Our firm is committed to providing you with the individualized attention your case deserves. Every family is different. We can help resolve disputes in a variety of areas of the law, including:
- Family law: Before you can take your divorce to court in New Jersey, you have to go through the family mediation process. Our goal is to facilitate this process efficiently and promote the well-being of your children.
- Business disputes: Rather than jumping straight into costly and time-consuming litigation, we will attempt to resolve your dispute through commercial arbitration. As a business, you need to return to normal operations as quickly as possible — we can help.
- Employment law: Employees just want to ensure that their rights are protected, while employers are simply trying to run their businesses. We will strive to find a fair resolution to your dispute without having to take your case to trial.
We have a high success ratio in mediation compared with other firms, and our team of attorneys includes a New Jersey Supreme Court mediation panelist.
Act Now; Call Today
If you are involved in a legal dispute in the Red Bank area, schedule a consultation to see why our attorneys are so trusted in alternative dispute resolution. Call 732-889-3141 today, or send us an email to get started.