Alarcon, Carlos J.

716 Primrose Lane
Benicia, CA 94510
(707) 319-2113
Pitzer College of the Claremont Colleges, Claremont, CA Bachelor of Arts, Communications; Columbia University, New York, New York Pre-Certification for Professional Practice, Mediation and Conflict Resolution; University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, CA Certification for Professional Practice, Mediation and Conflict Resolution
Areas of Specialization: 
Real Estate Foreclosure Mediation, Complex Financial Transaction Dispute Resolution, Commercial Dispute Resolution, and e-Discovery Dispute Resolution
Conversant in Spanish
Advocate Location(s): 
San Francisco
San Jose
Santa Rosa
ADR Training: 
Columbia University New York, NY; University of California Berkeley, CA; Stanford University - Gould Center for Law Palo Alto, CA; Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution; Pepperdine University School of Law, Malibu, CA
ADR Style: 
The approach preferred for financial matters is facilitative at the outset converting to a formulaic economic/financial analysis and then evaluative as interests and goals begin to be described in terms of financial objectives and outcomes. A collaborative approach is most useful while parties are still setting goals and clarifying legal and personal positions. However, a more directive approach is often advanced as parties near agreement. Caucuses are highly effective as negotiations become more focused and after extensive exploration of alternatives and options by both parties have been completed while convening.