Alternative Methods Of Dispute Resolution
When two parties are not able to resolve a dispute on their own, they may resort to litigation to settle things. While going to court may seem like the safest option to protect your best interests in a dispute, there are other options that can cost you far less time, money and energy.
At Bajalia Law Firm, P.C., we want to help you explore alternative dispute resolution methods. Attorney Nick M. Bajalia, Sr., has more than 35 years of experience helping clients throughout Georgia and Florida resolve their disputes on their terms through mediation and arbitration.
The Differences Between Mediation And Arbitration
Mediation and arbitration are two separate methods of settling a dispute, each with its own benefits. Through mediation, a mediator will assist both parties in understanding the issues at hand and what options they have to protect the interests of both sides. Mediation typically requires collaboration from both parties and is a successful method of pursuing compromise.
In arbitration, both parties will present the facts and evidence of their dispute to an arbitrator who will decide about the dispute and render an award. This option is often used by parties who are unable to reach a compromise in their dispute.
How Mediation And Arbitration Can Help
These methods of alternative dispute resolution can keep you out of the courtroom while still protecting your best interests in disputes involving matters such as:
- Family law
- Business Litigation
- Personal injuries
- Employment law
When you come to our Valdosta office for help, you can rest easy knowing that we will work closely with you to determine what options are available to you and how we can help you pursue them.
Settle Your Dispute Backed By Our Experience
If you need help resolving a dispute, do not just let things go to court. Contact us today at 229-808-8183 or email us here to schedule your initial consultation and learn more about how we can help you.