Compassionately Arbitrating Family Law Disputes

Fortunately, not all family law matters require court intervention. The attorneys at Heckenbach Suazo LLP are available for appointments as special masters or arbitrators to assist parties in reaching resolutions outside of a court proceeding. We pride ourselves on applying the same level of dedication and legal acumen to these issues as we do to our trial cases.

What Is A Special Master?

The appointment of a special master provides a means by which parties can present disputes to a neutral decision-maker rather than in a court proceeding. A special master appointment may be appropriate when parties desire privacy or have unique or complex issues that may require specialized knowledge or understanding, or when decisions must occur in a specified period of time.

What Constitutes An Arbitration?

Although it is an alternative to court litigation, arbitration is nevertheless an adversarial proceeding. The parties select an experienced arbitrator and submit disputed issues to the arbitrator for determination. Arbitration affords parties significantly more control over the process and timelines than a court proceeding, and the arbitration proceeding is less formal than litigation.

If you considering using arbitration, speak with our team to learn how we can help. Call us at 720-644-8142 or contact us via our website to schedule an appointment.

Fortunately, not all family law matters require court intervention. The attorneys at Heckenbach Suazo LLP are available for appointments as special masters or arbitrators to assist parties in reaching resolutions outside of a court proceeding. We pride ourselves on applying the same level of dedication and legal acumen to these issues as we do to our trial cases.

What Is A Special Master?

The appointment of a special master provides a means by which parties can present disputes to a neutral decision-maker rather than in a court proceeding. A special master appointment may be appropriate when parties desire privacy or have unique or complex issues that may require specialized knowledge or understanding, or when decisions must occur in a specified period of time.

What Constitutes An Arbitration?

Although it is an alternative to court litigation, arbitration is nevertheless an adversarial proceeding. The parties select an experienced arbitrator and submit disputed issues to the arbitrator for determination. Arbitration affords parties significantly more control over the process and timelines than a court proceeding, and the arbitration proceeding is less formal than litigation.

If you considering using arbitration, speak with our team to learn how we can help. Call us at 720-644-8142 or contact us via our website to schedule an appointment.