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Alternative Dispute Resolutions for Bankruptcy

Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) can be extremely helpful for bankruptcy cases. Due to the increased number of such cases across the country, many court systems have also chosen to favor ADR over litigation. You should seek out the help of an alternative dispute resolution lawyer if you are considering bankruptcy.
Avoiding litigation can save you time and money

Litigation is the traditional means of settling disputes. Hiring an attorney with experience in going to trial is essential. You should realize that litigation can sometimes be overdrawn and expensive, especially in bankruptcies involving large assets. If you are facing a bankruptcy issue, you should consult an ADR attorney to see if alternative dispute resolution is a viable option for your case.

How a mediation lawyer can help

Regardless of whether you are a debtor, creditor, or third party, lawyers skilled in ADR can help mediate your bankruptcy conflict.  Mediation is the process where conflicts are resolved through communication and collaboration. An impartial third party helps keep discussions focused on the issues at hand. Through productive meetings in a non-threatening environment, the goal of mediation is for both parties to reach a common agreement. Significantly less expensive and less aggressive than traditional litigation, mediation benefits everyone involved.

The advantages of working with an arbitration lawyer

If the bankruptcy conflict you face is particularly complex, arbitration is advantageous because it allows you to choose an experienced and skilled arbitrator. The arbitrator performs a role similar to that of a judge in standard litigation proceedings. If you choose arbitration to settle your dispute, you should seek the aid of talented attorneys because the ruling of an arbitrator is almost impossible to overturn.  The ultimate role of the arbitrator is to decide who is right in the final hearing.

For excellence in bankruptcy-related alternative dispute resolution

Contact Jerry D. Goldstein today if you face bankruptcy and are in need of a skilled, experienced alternative dispute resolution attorney. A highly qualified bankruptcy ADR lawyer, Mr. Goldstein brings skill, experience, and dedication to the negotiation table for every client, every time.

Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) can be extremely helpful for bankruptcy cases. Due to the increased number of such cases across the country, many court systems have also chosen to favor ADR over litigation. You should seek out the help of an alternative dispute resolution lawyer if you are considering bankruptcy.
Avoiding litigation can save you time and money

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