If you have a dispute that needs resolving it can be daunting,
nerve-wracking and financially prohibitive to attend Court. So, do you have to go to Court? The short
answer is no. Alternative Dispute
Resolution (ADR) is any method utilised for negotiating a settlement without
the use of Court proceedings. However,
even if you have issued Court proceedings you can still enter into ADR with the
agreement of the other party or parties.
There are various forms of ADR, some of which are detailed below, together
with the advantages and disadvantages of each; but as a general rule, ADR is
less stressful and more cost effective than Court proceedings.
If you would like more
information on how best to settle your dispute, please contact Bill Dhariwal or
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