Mediation & Dispute Resolution

Resolving Disputes of All Sizes through a Mediator

At McCarty Law, we provide a great alternative to the expensive, and often unpredictable, litigation process to resolve lawsuits out of court in Wisconsin. Conflict management through mediation brings closure to disputes more quickly, which yields better decisions and relationships between the parties.

The parties control the outcome as the mediator facilitates a process where the parties cooperate and collaborate in a confidential and neutral setting to come to an agreement that meets the needs and interests of each side.

Whether you are involved in a breach of contract dispute, contesting a will, or challenging a power of attorney, McCarty Law is here to lessen your stress and guide you through the conflict resolution process.

Mediations for Business, Commercial and Real Estate Disputes

  • Business contract disputes
  • Business dissolution and decision-making matters
  • Collections and debt recovery matters
  • Commercial and residential construction disputes, including alleged construction defect claims and non-payment issues
  • Subcontractor and vendor disputes
  • Breaches of offer to purchase
  • Condition report misrepresentations of homes and businesses
  • Disputes Between landlords and tenants
  • Purchase contract disputes and property settlements

Mediations for Elder Issues and Estate Disputes

  • Elder issues, including financial, medical and personal arrangements
  • Will contests, beneficiary disagreements, real estate matters, and asset division
  • Collaborative family decision making
  • Living and personal care arrangements
  • Health care and financial decisions
  • Powers of attorney challenges and disputes
  • Avoiding guardianships
  • Family business succession

Attorneys at Law

To learn more about our mediation and dispute resolution services available in Appleton, Neenah, Menasha, Green Bay, Oshkosh and beyond, please contact this experienced attorney:

Kristy A. Christensen


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