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Resolve your dispute the efficient way.

Arbitration is a process in which both parties in a dispute present their side to a neutral third-party, the arbitrator, who decides the results outside of a courtroom. During the arbitration process, each side has the opportunity to present testimony, evidence, and witnesses on their behalf, although the arbitration hearing itself is usually far less formal and stressful than a court trial. Often, the parties may select the arbitrator themselves. Arbitration also allows for a faster resolution to a dispute than might otherwise be obtained from the courts. The parties have the choice of making the arbitration binding or non-binding, meaning that the arbitrator’s decision may either be the final decision or may be rejected by the parties, who will then litigate the matter in court.

Is arbitration right for you?

In some instances, an agreement or order may require the use of arbitration to resolve a dispute. Arbitration may also be used to simplify and reduce the number of issues to be resolved at trial, allowing additional time for larger, more complicated issues. For example, spouses in a divorce may turn to arbitration to resolve disputes regarding the ownership, value, and division of retirement accounts and personal property so that more time can be devoted at trial to critical issues such as custody and visitation.

The attorneys of Andalman & Flynn have decades of experience representing parties in the arbitration process. When you want to resolve a claim quickly, turn to us. Please contact us today to schedule a consultation.

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