Experienced & Knowledgeable, Business, Divorce & Family Mediator
Providing Alternative Dispute Resolution Services
- When a business disagreement occurs, Gale Allison's mediation saves time, money, and your reputation by providing a neutral ear to hear all sides of an issue and develop settlement options to suit individual owners, employees, vendors, and customers.
- When a divorce or family challenge arises, Gale Allison helps you negotiate innovative agreements that let you settle out of court, saving time, money, emotional strain, and relationships.
- When you want to prevent lawsuits, you can engage Gale Allison's experience as a neutral negotiator before anything is filed in court to work out disputes before they've become completely antagonistic and provide all sides with settlement documents to make your agreements clear and prevent future difficulties.
Delivering Shared Solutions For Our Clients
For disputes over ownership, control, strategy, operations, HR, contracts, expectations, and more...
Contract, payment, control, and transactional disputes.
Conflicts involving business strategy, priorities, and personnel
Disagreements over Business Succession (Buy/Sell, shareholders, partnerships, control) when the owner sells or transitions the company, retires, becomes disabled, or dies
For disputes over Divorce, Elder Care, Custody or Guardianship, Estates, Trusts, and Inheritance matters...
Trust and Tax solutions for Divorce
Separation of Assets
Divorces and Family conflicts
Disputes between Beneficiaries and Executors, Trustees, parents, guardians, or other decision makers and caregivers
Trust Revisions or Will Challenges
Fiduciary Income Taxes and Death Tax Allocations
Disputed Powers-of-Attorney, Healthcare Proxies, Living Wills, or End-of-Life Choices
Gale Allison, Business and Family Mediator in Tulsa, Oklahoma
Using Facilitative, Directiv
e, Transformative, or a combination of mediation styles, Gale Allison helps you make peace from your business and family disputes.
Nationally certified, Gale Allison's credentials include her law degree, a master's in tax law and mediation certificates in Family and Divorce from The Mediation Institute, as well as one in Litigation (lawsuits) and another in Elder Care from top-ranked Pepperdine University's Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution*.
Gale Allison has worked as an Assistant General Counsel for Litigation for the federal government, as an IRS Estate and Gift Tax Attorney, been a partner in a large law firm, and led her own successful private estate law firm since 1996. Closing that firm to focus more closely on mediation, she joined DRC (Dispute Resolution Consultants) in 2017. With Gale Allison, your disputes about business, divorce, inheritances, or elder care can be quietly, privately, and cost-effectively mediated.
Gale Allison's legal and business career spans four decades working with business issues such as structure, succession, strategy, contracts, payments, boundaries, leadership, and control. She's worked with family issues like passing on or securing property and assets, Guardianship or Custody, Probate, Estate and Trust Administration, Elder Care, Estate-Related Taxes, Litigation, and Consulting on high-stakes divorces. She is especially skilled in Trust and Tax strategies and estate doctoring.
Familiar with a multitude of domestic and business relationships, her experience includes being a business and law firm partner and owner, an Estate and Tax lawyer, litigator, Trust and Tax consultant, and a member of a family coping with elder care issues. With these multiple perspectives, she knows what it takes for families to function effectively and for businesses to succeed to the next generation. In short, she is both resourceful and realistic about custom solutions that help you find and negotiate workable, private settlement resolutions.
Her watchwords are: "There's enough strife in this world. Let's find peace!"
When you are ready to mediate conflicts over business and family matters, Click to CONTACT.
*For more than a decade, Pepperdine has been named the #1 dispute resolution school in the nation (US News and World Report).