When two parties become involved in a civil dispute in New Jersey, the case may be taken to court. However, this process can be time consuming and costly. Furthermore, despite preparation and the strength of your case, the ruling of the judge may not be favorable to your situation. If you are seeking to avoid the complications that might occur when litigating a case, you might be interested in alternative dispute resolution.
ADR encompasses a number of different methods. These might include formal negotiations, mediation and arbitration. These methods could help protect you from the unpredictable nature of the courts, and the use of these types of dispute resolution may be less costly and less time consuming. In many cases, you may be able to achieve a satisfactory result after pursuing ADR options.
Our firm has extensive experience in litigating civil cases such as employment matters or breach of contract claims. Because of this, we are familiar with many of the issues that might cause delays or problems when disputes are taken to the courts. We might be able to provide you a number of options that help limit any losses that may result from unnecessary litigation. In addition, our firm may be prepared to take your case before a judge if a favorable result through mediation does not appear to be possible in your case.
There are many options available to our clients when they are seeking to resolve a dispute with another party, and our firm's experience may be of value in your situation. If you are interested in learning more about the services that our firm can provide, you are invited to visit our page discussing the different possible alternative dispute resolution methods that might be used.