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Mediation and Collaborative Law
What Is Collaborative Law?
Marriage Dissolution
Child Custody / Support
Property Division
Will it Work for Me?
What Is Mediation?
Family Disputes / Separation
Real Estate Disputes
Commercial / Business Disputes
Personal Injury / Property Disputes
Workplace / School Disputes
WHAT IS ARBITRATION?

Boone Alternative Dispute Resolution Attorneys

Alternative Dispute Resolution Lawyers for Clients throughout Northwest North Carolina

Are you a resident of the northwest area of North Carolina who needs to resolve a dispute connected with divorce, a personal injury, real estate, property damage, your business, workplace, or school? Unfortunately, conflict often seems to be an inevitable part of life, especially in the intimate area of family relationships, which can lead to separation, divorce, and the thorny issues of child support, child custody, property division, and more. Conflict and disputes can also arise between individuals in work and school environments as well as in business relationships. All of these areas can lead to legal battles in the courtroom which can be time-consuming, expensive, stressful, and fraught with antagonism. Isn't there a better way to deal with such disagreements and contention?

At the Appalachian Law Center, there is. The attorneys at the Center believe in and practice dispute resolution through the processes of mediation and collaborative law. These non-traditional approaches to the resolution of legal disputes have many advantages. The goal of the Center's Counsellors at Law is to steer your resolution clear of the financial drain, risk of character assassination, and emotional pain and suffering so often associated with the traditional, adversarial courtroom focused approach if at all possible. Further, our processes allow you to be an active part of the resolution, thereby avoiding the imposed decisions of a judge who knows you only through your court documents and appearances. Located in Boone, North Carolina, the Center is comprised of three different legal service organizations, Olsen & McMurray, PLLC - a traditional full service law firm, Appalachian Mediation and Collaborative Law Center and Appalachian Community Law Center - a N.C. not-for-profit organization. We practice in a small, intimate, and comfortable environment that is dedicated to your individual needs. One of our Boone based attorneys can help you resolve the disputes involved in your divorce or other areas with a unique and creative approach that is smart, safe, responsive, and designed for success. The Center serves clients throughout northwest North Carolina, including the towns of Boone, Blowing Rock, Wilkesboro, Sparta, Newland, Jefferson, Todd, Spruce Pine, , Burnsville, Banner Elk, Marshall, and more.

The Center provides mediation and collaborative law services for the following:

Consult with a Boone Alternative Dispute Resolution Lawyer

If you are looking for a cost-effective, less stressful, and healthier way to resolve your dispute, no matter what type it may be, it is highly advised that you schedule an orientation with one of the participating attorneys as soon as possible. You will find a completely approachable, informative, and responsive legal professional who is committed to providing the most effective process for achieving a satisfactory resolution for your conflict. To understand how mediation and collaborative law work, please visit What is Collaborative Law, Will it Work for Me, and What is Mediation. Then contact the Center to get started on a dispute resolution process that will benefit you, your family, and your future.

Contact a Boone Alternative Dispute Resolution Attorney at the Center today!

The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.

Address: 835 West King Street, Boone, North Carolina 28607 828-386-1116 Fax: 828-386-1119