Our team of lawyers specialise in dispute resolution services for a range of different areas of law. We handle hundreds of legal dispute every year, including court proceedings, mediation, and before the court. We have the experience to handle your case effectively and efficiently.
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The people in a dispute communicate directly, either through speaking or in writing. The aim is to reach an agreement, or settle on a method for how to proceed with the dispute.
An impartial third party, a mediator, helps people in a legal dispute negotiate with one another. It's often used when people have obvious conflicts with each other.
This is a common dispute resolution method for groups of two or more people. Facilitation is the best way to ensure each group has a voice and is heard before reaching an agreement. It's led by a third party facilitator.
A third party with experience in legal matters assists in the dispute. The conciliator can give both parties sound litigation and dispute resolution advice. This method is often employed for equal opportunity disputes.
Both parties in the dispute present their cases to an independent third person and are bound by the decision this third party makes. This method is most often used for industrial relations disputes, or contractual disputes between businesses.
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Every case is different, so it's always best to get specific advice from a dispute resolution lawyer who knows the details of your case.
Generally speaking, litigation and dispute resolution involves two parties with a legal dispute trying to come to an agreement without going to court. At AANDI Lawyers, we will guide you through the finer details of this process to ensure your interests are protected.
Yes, once both parties have agreed on a settlement and signed the agreement, it becomes legally binding just like any other contract. Since both parties make the agreement voluntarily, it's also likely that both parties will uphold their part of the agreement.
This depends on the details of your case, including how cooperative the other party is. We will help you choose the best course of action for your case and proceed with dispute resolution as quickly as possible.
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