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Mediation and Arbitration in Riverside and San Bernardino CA counties and throughout Southern California
When you’re involved in a difficult legal dispute but don’t want to have to go to court, California Arbitration & Mediation Services in the Inland Empire, CA, may be able to help.
We’re a fully recognized mediation and arbitration service that approaches every case with great attention to detail. Collectively, C.A.M.S. panelists have more than 100 years of experience working with a wide range of clients and disputes. Each Independent Panelist is fully insured and is dedicated to providing the highest quality Dispute Resolution services.
We’re proud to offer many different services, including, but not limited to:
- Family Law/Divorce Mediation
- Construction/Contractor Mediation & Arbitration
- Personal Injury & Real Estate Mediation & Arbitration
- Commercial Mediation & Arbitration
As a locally owned and operated company, California Arbitration & Mediation Services has worked hard to build quality references with clients throughout southern California and the Inland Empire region. We’re available every day of the week for any comments, questions, or concerns you might have about our mediation and arbitration services. Being prompt is an important part of our company’s mission. Contact our office today to schedule an appointment.
Services Offered: Mediation (Civil, Probate, Family) Arbitration Special Master/Referee Case Evaluation Areas of Experience INCLUDES, BUT NOT LIMITED TO: Business Litigation (i.e., Contracts, Shareholder Litigation, etc.); Commercial Litigation; Unlawful Detainer matters (commercial and residential landlord/tenant); Personal Injury; Civil Rights; Insurance Law; Real Estate; Eminent Domain; Quiet Title; Judicial Foreclosure, etc.; Wrongful Termination (employment law); Sexual Harassment; International Contract Disputes; Domestic Business Disputes; Construction, a few Construction Defects, Building Contractor Litigation; Collections;
Neutral Donald Cripe, appointed by the court to attempt resolution of an acrimonious family probate at the time it was called for trial, did an awesome job in crafting a settlement that responded to each party's specific needs. One party was represented and the other parties were self-represented. Despite the painstaking care Mr. Cripe took to explain, read and secure the self-represented parties' consent, they reneged on the settlement, denied they understood its terms (despite agreeing to it in open court) and the probate judge sided with the self-represented litigants. After so much work, it was disappointing and the parties are headed back to trial. I find this to be an insult to the mediation process, especially when Mr. Cripe did such a thorough job. Unless both sides are self-represented, or both sides are represented by counsel, mediation may not be helpful. Regardless of the outcome, the mediator did his job!
D.J. C. 8/29/2016
John M., Real Estate Attorney
Therese Z. 8/19/2016
Min T., Construction & contracts attorney