With increasing court calendar queues and costs, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) has become an increasingly viable option to resolve various types of individual and business disputes. Resolving disputes outside the courtroom without the often long and stressful litigation process provides privacy for all parties and minimizes the potential negative effects on individuals and businesses.
The two most common ADR approaches are voluntary mediation and binding arbitration.
- Voluntary mediation provides a neutral mediator who works together with the parties in dispute to find a mutually acceptable resolution to the dispute.
- Arbitration involves a “neutral” arbitrator who hears arguments and evidence from each party in the dispute and determines the outcome.
With extensive experience in the different ADR approaches, Sepahi Law Group works to create workable resolutions resulting in greater overall satisfaction and improved relationships.
To learn more about Alternative Dispute Resolution options, contact Sepahi Law Group.