ADR Mediation Law Firm MHBG Lubbock, Texas

ADR / Arbitration / Mediation

Not every dispute should go to trial. Whether for matters of cost, privacy, or time, some disputes are more appropriately resolved through a form of alternative dispute resolution, or ADR, such as mediation or arbitration.

At McCleskey, Harriger, Brazill & Graf, our Texas ADR attorneys collectively have more than 200 years of experience representing clients in traditional litigation in a wide variety of disputes in state and federal courts. As mediators and arbitrators, they have the wisdom and training to guide parties toward a mutually beneficial resolution of even the most complex disputes.

Our ADR team is qualified to help parties resolve disputes in many areas of law including complex commercial, personal injury, family law, professional malpractice, real estate, and employment issues. We believe that alternative dispute resolution is an efficient and cost-effective way to settle many disputes that would otherwise tie up the Texas legal system and end up costing the parties hundreds of thousands of dollars in legal fees.

We believe that money, energy and time are better spent doing business than fighting in court.

At McCleskey, we strive to help our clients succeed and prosper, even after their legal dispute is resolved. Our deep roots are a vital part of who we are, having served West Texas for generations with a reputation for integrity and excellence. We provide exceptional legal services to the businesses and individuals who built and continue to make our community strong, and by doing so we’re helping to ensure that our community is, and continues to be, a great place to call home.

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