Arbitration and Mediation
While some legal disputes end up in court, they don’t necessarily
have to. Many legal disputes are resolved through arbitration and mediation.
These alternative dispute resolution methods can be quicker and much more
cost-effective than traditional litigation.
Click here to learn more about Arbitration and Mediation.
When one party is dissatisfied with the decision of a Judge, that party
has the right to appeal the decision. An appeal is a legal proceeding
before a higher court to review and fix a factual or legal error that
occurred in the lower court.
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When running any successful business today it is almost inevitable that
you will, at some point, have a dispute with a customer or vendor. There
are different ways to approach the problem depending on whether you want
to maintain the relationship or if you are ready to end the relationship.
You also have to ask yourself if it is the best use of your time to resolve
the problem yourself or can it be handled better by someone with experience
that is not personally involved.
Click here to learn more about Business Disputes and our Arizona Business Law Attorneys.
Construction disputes can arise in two principal ways: if you are a construction
industry professional (architect, builder or subcontractor), or if you
are a homeowner.
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Contract disputes are those situations where someone has broken a written
or verbal (oral) contract, or they have given you reason to believe that
they may soon break a contract.
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Individuals and companies frequently have leases. Leases cover buildings,
intellectual property, or physical property such as cars and business
equipment. If you are about to enter into a lease or have an existing
lease and want to learn more about Lease Disputes,
Serious Personal Injury
When you or someone you know has been seriously injured, you need legal
representation. In addition to protecting your rights, obtaining legal
representation will allow someone else to deal with the insurance company
and let you focus on healing.
Click here to learn more about Personal Injury cases.
We are conveniently located near the intersection of Scottsdale and Thomas
Roads, just east of Scottsdale Road, on the north side of Thomas, and
conveniently located just minutes off the 101.
Owens and Perkins, P.C.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
7322 E. THOMAS ROAD
SCOTTSDALE, ARIZONA 85251
P: 480.630.2464 | F: 480.941.2215
Since 1967, serving the Valley of the Sun, Scottsdale, Paradise Valley,
Phoenix, Chandler, Tempe, Mesa, Ahwatukee, Gilbert, Cave Creek, Carefree,
Fountain Hills, Glendale, Surprise, Goodyear, Peoria, El Mirage, Sun City
and other outer lying areas and counties, including, but not limited to
Maricopa County, Pinal County, Coconino County, Yavapai County and Yuma County.