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Alternative Dispute Resolution Representation

Last updated on June 18, 2024

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) offers a pathway to resolve disputes without the need for traditional litigation. It encompasses various methods like mediation and arbitration, providing a more flexible, often faster, and typically less costly alternative to court proceedings. When considering this option, you will want to be sure that the law firm you choose assists you through your resolution needs.

At the Mechanicsburg office of NOW Law & Mediation, our lawyers are here to guide you through your ADR needs, whether you are considering mediation or arbitration. Our extensive experience can be invaluable in providing you with impartial and logical services to reach a collaborative outcome in your dispute. Contact us by calling 717-541-9205 or email us here to learn more about how we can help resolve your disputes.

The Differences Between ADR, Mediation And Arbitration

While ADR serves as an umbrella term, mediation and arbitration are its primary forms, each with unique characteristics. Mediation services use a neutral party to oversee the collaboration process and help both sides come to an agreeable outcome, although it is not a binding resolution. Arbitration services use an arbitrator to listen to both sides and make a binding decision for them, similar to a judge.

When ADR Can Benefit You

Knowing when to use ADR and selecting the right attorney or mediator is crucial. For many, ADR is suitable when privacy, speed, and cost are significant concerns. It also offers the benefit of allowing both sides the opportunity to maintain a cooperative relationship after the resolution. Our Pennsylvania attorneys offer our clients considerable experience backed by the benefit of a focused practice to ensure your needs are addressed at all times.

Start Resolving Your Dispute Today

We handle cases statewide, offering top-tier legal advice and representation in mediation and arbitration. Do not let legal disputes disrupt your life more than they have to. Schedule your free consultation with us today by calling 717-541-9205 or email us here and let us help you move forward from your dispute with confidence.