Drewyor Law Firm, PLLC
3401 SW 2nd St
Bentonville, AR 72712
Though Pine generally prefers to meet at his office, he will assess the merits of meeting elsewhere based on the clients situation i.e. hospitalized, immobile or any other circumstances limiting the mobility of the client.
Yes. Pine generally starts by talking with potential clients by phone. During this call, he will assess whether his experience best serves the clients needs and of course, assess the merits of the case. If, after this call, both the client and Pine agree to move forward, a personal meeting will be scheduled to further discuss the case details, his services and fees.
Generally payment is due upon the completion of a provided service, however, before we agree on an engagement, we will agree on the payment and terms of payment. Each case is different and no one answer covers all situations.
This is not an easy answer as there are many variables. The best thing to do is to engage Pine as your business attorney. After an extensive initial consultation and an opportunity to evaluate your circumstances, goals and other requirements he will then make a recommendation that best suites that criteria.
No. Your consultation is confidential. Anything you discuss with an attorney or any other member of our firm is held in the strictest of confidence.
Pine offers services in Business Law, Family Law, Personal Injury, Criminal Law, Probate and Mediation.
Pine is certified by the Arkansas Alternative Dispute Resolution Commission as a mediator for Arkansas' Circuit Courts.
We accept cash, credit cards and cash.
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Arbitration is a formal process in which a neutral third party receives testimony and evaluates information provided by parties involved in a dispute. After considering all of the presented testimony and information, the third party then makes a judgement.
Mediation is an informal, yet structured, process in which an impartial third person, known as a mediator, helps disputing parties to reach a mutually acceptable solution to issues that are causing conflict between them. The Mediator does not decide how the dispute should be resolved, as a judge or arbitrator would, but instead guides the parties through a process in which they discuss the issues, list options for resolving the dispute, and design their agreement. It is a voluntary process which either party can terminate at any time. ~ as described by ADR, Inc.
Pine has been the mediator in well over 800 cases and arbitrator in over 300.
Attorneys are not one-size-fits-all. You need a lawyer with whom you are comfortable, who also has the knowledge and skills necessary to represent you well and can differentiate himself or herself from other lawyers. To use a cliché, you need someone who can add value. After all, adding value for our clients is what lawyering is all about.