We Can Help Resolve Family Matters Outside Of Court
At the Law Office of George C. Ruiz, PLLC, our George Ruiz and his support team always puts the client first. We understand the complicated and emotionally-draining journey you are facing during a divorce, adoption, division of assets or determining visitation.
Our goal is to take some of the burden off your shoulders so you can focus on what is most important: the future.
Using conflict resolution methods instead of going to court has many benefits. It can save you time that would otherwise be spent gathering evidence and preparing a case. This saves you money and attorney’s fees throughout the process. It can also allow room for creative solutions and tailored agreements that truly work for you and your family.
Which Service Is Right For You?
Our George Ruiz and his support team is highly experienced serving as private counsel during alternative dispute resolution. We will be with you every step of the way to determine which legal service is right for you. We can also ensure your rights and best interests are upheld during the proceedings.
Simply put, arbitration utilizes a neutral third party to determine the result of their case. This person is typically an expert in the field and will listen to both sides of the story. The outcome they choose can be the final decision, or in some cases, you can still take the case to court.
Mediation does not end with a final decision on your case. It is useful for guiding both parties to a decision on their own. This can be especially useful for cost-savings and to keep your private affairs private. The mediator can also write the decision you agree on and bring it in front of a judge for approval.
Your case could still end up in litigation, which involves going to trial or being solved in court. However, these alternative solutions are often very effective for family law matters that are frustrating or tense with emotions.
Have A Legal Ally On Your Side
We can help determine which solution best suits your case after a free consultation. The advantage of having an attorney in these particular matters is clear: a dedicated legal ally continually watching out for your future. We can thoroughly prepare you for arbitration or mediation and discuss your options if the outcome is not what you had hoped for.