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Consider the alternative when contemplating dispute resolution services.  CAMS – affordable excellence in solving legal matters.

Mediation and arbitration services the way they were intended.
Call Now: (646) 535-4ADR

What is ADR?

ADR means “Alternative Dispute Resolution” and includes mediation and arbitration as another means for settling legal disputes.  ADR is rapidly becoming the standard for resolving cases out of court.

Business / Commercial / Employment / FLSA

Nuptial Agreements / Divorce / Separation

Trusts / Estates / Family Business

Elder Care / Guardianship / Special Needs

Bankruptcy & Debtor / Creditor Rights

About CAMS

CAMS is an innovative network of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) professionals – mediators, arbitrators and ADR consultants.  Our professionals, often referred to as neutrals, offer creative substitutes to long and expensive litigation to resolve legal disputes.  CAMS  knows that increasingly prohibitive legal costs coupled with persistent delays in overburdened and understaffed court systems has given new meaning to the maxim ‘justice delayed is justice denied.’

CAMS neutrals have decades of experience in the practice of law covering diverse subject areas, including business and commercial transactions, employment discrimination issues, wage and hour disputes, trusts and estates matters, elder care and legal guardianship proceedings, and family and matrimonial matters.

CAMS offers a cost effective and prompt method for avoiding the emotional and financial anguish that often accompanies litigation.  Instead of a court imposed judicial decision, CAMS’ neutrals guide the parties to the dispute towards their own resolution and settlement of their legal dispute, disagreement and litigation.

Call Now: (646) 535-4ADR


While the members of CAMS’ network of neutrals are also licensed to practice law in various jurisdictions, CAMS is not a provider of legal services. Engaging the services of a CAMS mediator, arbitrator or ADR consultant may not be construed as establishing an attorney-client relationship between any person using CAMS’ services and CAMS or any of its neutrals.