Orange County MediatorPrivate Dispute Resolution Services
Litigation in California's Courts is not always the most effective method for resolving a legal dispute. Many Courtrooms are burdened with too many cases, and it can take months or even years to resolve what seem like straightforward matters, with added cost and stress. Many people believe that litigation through the Public Courts is their only option for seeking a binding and impartial resolution to their legal problems.
In California, however, parties can utilize alternative dispute resolution services ('ADR') that can offer comparable and even superior dispute resolution services to the Public Court system. Mediation and Private Judging are clear alternatives to litigation in the Superior Courts.
Private Dispute Resolution is an allowable substitute for public litigation. Experienced and well qualified Mediators and Private Judges allow differing parties to custom-tailor their dispute resolution options to meet their own personal needs and goals. These alternatives provide options to a limited public court system. In particular, private dispute resolution can help parties resolve their legal matters quickly, creatively, and cost-effectively. Moreover, this often means that resolving legal disputes happens without the acrimony, frustration, and dissatisfaction that can accompany traditional adversarial litigation.
Private Dispute Resolution Services offers Private Judging Services including Mediation, Arbitration, and Settlement Conferences, utilizing the skills of Orange County mediator and Commissioner David S. Weinberg (Ret.). Commissioner Weinberg is a former Judicial Officer serving on the Orange County Superior Court. For more than 23 years, he has been exclusively handling matters involving children and their families, spending the last 21 years solving Family Law and Business matters.
Commissioner David S. Weinberg (Ret.) served as a Deputy District Attorney and private attorney before serving on the Orange County Superior Court bench for 10 years. Since then, he has worked as a Private Judge, Arbitrator, Mediator and Settlement Judge specializing in business and family law matters. He brings nearly 30 years of experience, insight, and creativity to the cases at hand
Commissioner Weinberg has seen thousands of cases as an Orange County mediator, from the modest to the complex. He is a great asset to parties seeking resolution of marriage dissolution matters, including the division of assets to multifaceted parenting issues. These include settling complex financial arrangements, child custody, child and spousal support matters, premarital agreements, and other family law issues.
Private Dispute Resolution is not just for the wealthy. In fact, in many ways, Private Dispute Resolution can save the conventional litigant money, because these services are designed specifically to meet the needs of the parties to resolve their legal dispute quickly and efficiently. In addition to financial savings, Private Dispute Resolution can also save substantial time by enabling the parties to avoid a protracted and contentious legal battle.
Mediation and Private Judging enable the parties to manage how and when they desire to address their legal conflict. One particular advantage is that, since these forms of ADR are arranged between or among private parties, all proceedings, hearings, conferences, and sessions are held in a comfortable discreet setting. Commissioner Weinberg is specifically trained to help the parties reach a mutually agreeable resolution to their conflicts. As a Private Neutral with an in-depth understanding of dispute resolution, he can help parties develop original and creative ways of facilitating both parties to achieve a satisfactory resolution.
If you would like to explore utilizing alternatives to traditional litigation, contact the offices of Orange County mediator and Commissioner David S. Weinberg (Ret.) at Private Dispute Resolution Services, located in Newport Beach, California, at 949-376-9933. You may call directly, or use the online contact form on the website.