Top Hamilton ADR, Arbitration & Mediation Lawyers - Indiana

  • Advocating for our clients in all areas affecting the family and dedicated to working to obtain legal results tailored to our clients' needs. Scott & Aplin LLC is conveniently located in the Indiana Michigan Power Building (One Summit Square) in beautiful downtown Fort Wayne, Indiana. The firm was formed by experienced attorneys who saw a need for a law firm equipped to provide excellent...

  • Attorneys Andrew Carnall, Colin Z. Andrews and David G. Crell are the partners behind our Bluffton law firm, Andrews & Crell, PC At the firm, our three experienced lawyers dedicate their practices to protecting the rights of injured victims and representing the interests of those facing delicate family law challenges. Clients from throughout northeastern Indiana know they can trust us during...

  • For more than a century, Jones Obenchain's attorneys have served Indiana and Michigan businesses, individuals, and families with one guiding principle: our work must give our clients enduring value. Enduring value is more than just credentials, experience, and knowledge. It demonstrates an understanding of the client; it is innovative; and it is presented clearly. To give our clients value that...

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    At Wandling and Associates in South Bend, Indiana, the attorneys in our law firm focus on the types of law that affect people the most: family law, personal injury, criminal defense, estate planning and bankruptcy. Our passion and commitment is to protect families and individuals when they face difficult and/or complex legal situations, not only in South Bend, but also in Mishawaka and throughout...

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    In 1980, attorney Michael Riley founded our law firm, the Law Office of Michael Riley P.C. in Rensselaer, Indiana, as a way to serve the citizens of our community and help them with all of their legal needs. Now, almost 40 years later, Mr. Riley and his associate attorney, Jacob Ahler, continue to provide the highest level of representation possible to our clients in the following practice areas:...

  • Jeselskis Law Offices advises and represents individuals working in the private sector and in the public sector (federal, state and local government) regarding a wide range of employment law and benefits matters encompassing the areas of discrimination, harassment, retaliation, whistleblower, the Family and Medical Leave Act, wage and overtime issues, wrongful termination, executive agreements,...

  • The Mallor | Grodner Attorneys law firm in Indianapolis, Indiana, serves those who need legal assistance and representation for some of life's most important matters. At our law offices in Indianapolis and Bloomington, we provide high-quality legal counsel to clients from throughout Indiana in the following practice areas: •         Family and matrimonial...

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You've come to the right place.  If you'd like to settle a dispute without litigation, an alternative dispute resolution (ADR) lawyer can help.

ADR lawyers use out-of-court processes like arbitration, mediation or mini-trials to resolve disputes. ADR methods can be effective in reducing the time, money, and adversarial nature associated with traditional court-based proceedings.

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