Rendering decisions outside of court
While Mediation is a more collaborative approach to settling disputes, sometimes opposing sides in a legal case agree to Arbitration (Resolution).
While Mediation works toward a mutually agreeable resolution, Arbitration operates much like a case before a judge.
In this process, a neutral party (Arbitrator) listens to all sides of a dispute and renders a decision in favor of one over the other. This decision may be either binding or non-binding, depending on the terms of the arbitration agreement. Often, judges in lawsuits accept the decision of an Arbitrator.
Schafstall Admire offers Arbitration services that include (but are not limited to):
- Real estate disputes
- Personal lawsuits (family matters)
- Consumer complaints