Are you looking for professional legal mediation services? That is understandable because both mediation and arbitration are being more widely used for many reasons. It is cheaper and less time consuming. The client is not waiting for “his day in court”, which is becoming longer and longer due to crowded court dockets and overworked judges. In mediation the parties come together in good faith before a neutral mediator who facilitates their efforts to work out a settlement to their dispute. Mediators have specific communication skills to drive the final agreements and avoid the expense and necessity of a trial
Unconventional methods can be considered, as long as the parties agree to it in writing. Arbitration mimics a mini-trial as the parties appear before the arbitrator or arbitration panel and puts on their case and presents their evidence. The arbitrator(s) then considered all the evidence presented and the testimony and makes a binding decision, just as a judge would. Arbitration clauses are now in banking, financial and loan agreements, real estate and construction contracts, as well as just contracts in general.