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Who should use alternate dispute resolution?

Alternate dispute resolution is suitable for various legal entities and situations.

Alternate dispute resolution

Alternate dispute resolution is the right choice for individuals or corporations who want to avoid costly litigation and play a pivotal role in the final outcome of their conflict.

Alternate dispute resolution methods can be used in almost any conflict situation, whether it involves business, community or family disputes.

Alternate dispute resolution focuses the parties on the conflict, identifying the issues and interests underlying the dispute. This type of focus minimizes personality and emotion, which may heighten the conflict. Parties feel involved and in control throughout the process because they actually determine the final solution.

Each of these methods provides a private, informal and very flexible way of resolving contentious issues.

Alternate dispute resolution services:
Mediation
Negotiation
Arbitration
• Conflict management
• Collaborative law
Training
 

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