Alternative Dispute Resolution

We are in the business of helping people in the most effective and efficient way possible. When you run into a situation of conflict there are alternative methods to consider when you are taking steps towards resolution. Alternative dispute resolutions aim to provide clients with more flexibility, confidentiality, and timely solutions than the traditional dispute routes. Working with our lawyers that have formal training in the different alternative dispute resolution processes like mediation and arbitration can also be much more cost effective in the end as well.

Alternative Dispute Resolution

Alternative Dispute Resolution

There are a variety of alternative dispute resolution processes to choose from. All aim to make your dispute a little less confrontational and focus on reaching a decision. Each situation is different and many require different action plans to drive results. Explore each of the different types of alternative dispute resolution below.

Arbitration

Arbitration is the most popular and widely known dispute resolution process and involves using a neutral party, known as the arbitrator, to help come to a decision. Both opposing parties present their case to the arbitrator and agree to be bound to their decision. We work with you to outline rules for the discussion so that a decision can be determined civilly.

Collaborative Law

This process is all about parties working together in a cooperative, non-adversarial manner to achieve a lasting, mutually agreeable settlement. All parties involved with the dispute are involved and work together to find a solution that everyone can live with.

Mediation

Mediation involves a trained mediator assessing the situation conveyed by both opposing parties. From this assessment the mediator will try to find common ground, explore different perspectives, and potentially present new creative solutions. The overall goal again is to help both parties reach a voluntary settlement.

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