Going through any legal issue can be an unpleasant and sometimes scary experience, but it doesn't have to be. Legal cases (and even just the language) can be complicated and intimidating. Contryman Law and Mediation understands how confused you may be feeling, and we are here to help you every step of the way. We will guide you through your case, keeping you up to date, making sure you understand exactly what is going on, and advising you on every decision that needs to be made.

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At Contryman Law and Mediation, our sole focus is helping families navigate their family disputes in a cordial, most mutually beneficial manner for all parties involved.

Legal matters are never easy to deal with, and certainly not when it involves the most important people and aspects of your life. This is why it's important to employ the help of a professional who understands the necessary approaches to take for driving the outcome toward what is most desirable for you now and long into the future.


Collaborative law is a refreshing alternative to resolve your family law matters. Through Collaborative practice, parties resolve disputes by removing the legal matter from the litigious courtroom setting and working together to reach a mutually agreeable settlement. Individuals choose to settle their differences in a respectful and dignified manner, while protecting their legal and financial interests, and still maintaining the well-being of their children and/or themselves, all without court intervention.

Contryman Law and Mediation has the legal knowledge, skills, and experience to assist clients through the Collaborative process. 

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Let Contryman Law and Mediation help you with your legal issues through use of alternative dispute resolution. Mediation does not depend on you and the other party already agreeing on how to settle your legal matter, but it does require that all parties are willing to engage in respectful and constructive communication and can work together to settle the case outside of court.