People know I will take the time to carefully analyze and explain options, as well as chances of success, so they can make informed decisions about how to proceed. I take my responsibilities as a mediator or arbitrator just as seriously.
Tucson, AZ (PRWEB) April 26, 2014
For more than forty years, Carl Macpherson has been building a reputation as an advocate for the individual, serving his communities in Michigan and Arizona on the individual and small business level, against larger and intimidating opponents. As part of a recent effort to make his website and practice more noticeable on the Internet, he recently announced a rare dual membership in both Mediation.com and Arbitration.com, two of the leading online alternative dispute resolution (ADR) networks.
“People hire me as their attorney because they know that while I will take a compassionate approach when working directly with them, and that I will aggressively advocate for them in all dealings in court or with other parties,” said Macpherson. “They know I will take the time to carefully analyze and explain options, as well as chances of success, so they can make informed decisions about how to proceed. I take my responsibilities as a mediator or arbitrator just as seriously.”
With a background in engineering at the University of Michigan, Macpherson graduated from the Detroit College of Law and has been in continuous private practice for more than 45 years. His practice concentrates on divorce and family law, custody and relocation issues, spousal maintenance and prenuptial agreements, and real estate, automobile accidents and contract litigation. As a licensed Arizona real estate broker, he is uniquely qualified to work on thorny issue involving complex property issues.
Offering a reduced fee on initial consultations, MacPherson is a member in good standing of the American Arbitration Association and the State Bar of Arizona, United States Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit, and the United States Supreme Court. He has also been admitted to the State Bar of Michigan and pro hoc vice in Alaska, California, Colorado, Florida, Illinois, New Mexico, Montana, New York, Ohio, and in Germany, France and Canada.