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Elizabeth Fineman to Speak at Family Law Seminar at Bucks County Bar Association Family Law
On May 28th, Elizabeth Fineman, Partner and Family Law attorney at Antheil Maslow & MacMinn in Doylestown, will speak on “Drug & Alcohol Issues As They Apply to Custody & Support” at the Bucks County Bar Association’s Family Law Section continuing legal education seminar. Ms. Fineman will be presenting along…
AMM Corporate Partner Joanne Murray Interviewed on "How the Deal Was Done"
AMM Partner and Corporate Department Chair Joanne Murray was recently interviewed by Laura Queen, Founder and CEO of 29Bison Human Capital consulting firm for their podcast “How the Deal Was Done”. In this episode, Joanne discusses the path that lead her to her business law practice, as well as her…
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Featured Practice: Mediation – Commercial Disputes, Employment Law, Family Law, Orphans' Court
Successful mediation can lay the groundwork for collaborative, non-confrontational problem solving and preserve relationships that are important to you.
Mediation is an informal conflict-resolution process brought before an independent, neutral third-party - the mediator. Mediation cases give the parties the opportunity to discuss their issues, clear up misunderstandings, and find areas of agreement in a way that would never be possible in a lawsuit.
As an alternative to the more costly, stressful and contentious litigation process, mediation cases have many significant advantages over traditional lawsuits. On the whole, mediation is quicker and less expensive, affords the parties greater flexibility and control over negotiations and outcomes, and has greater potential for preserving confidentiality and relationships as compared with traditional civil litigation. Finally, because mediation produces better results in a more collaborative process, compliance with mediated dispute resolutions is generally higher than with lawsuits.
Antheil Maslow & MacMinn has a strong team of seasoned attorneys who are trained mediators in the areas of commercial litigation, family and Orphan’s Court matters. Please visit our Mediation practice page to learn more about mediators at AMM.