Julia Best Chase has been a trial attorney since 1987. She is now offering the collaborative process as a way to resolve disputes by removing the disputed matter from the court room setting, and treating the process as a way to trouble-shoot and problem-solve rather than to fight and win.
The collaborative process can be used to resolve many issues like marriage dissolution, child custody by extended family members, paternity, and guardianship among others.
At Michael L. Broadus, P.A. the Practice Areas are: Criminal Law, White Collar and Financial Crimes, Personal Injury, Civil Litigation, Family Law, and Aggravated Traffic (DIU,DWLR). They recognize their clients want an attorney who is willing to defend their rights in court. While understanding that litigation is costly, they counsel their clients about alternative methods to resolving cases.
Each case and each client is different, so some cases benefit from mediation and some from plea agreements. With some matters they are able to reach creative solutions before any adversarial process begins.
Michael’s professional and academic experiences reflect the interpersonal relation and problem solving skills that allow him to represent clients with complex legal problems.