Mediation And Arbitration

Could Your Case Benefit From Mediation Or Arbitration?

If you find yourself facing a legal dispute headed for litigation, you may wonder if you can avoid an expensive court case. Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) offers other options for avoiding litigation, which often benefits all parties involved. Mediation and arbitration can save you time and money.

At Bingham Legal Group PC, our attorneys are experienced litigators with collectively 60 years of experience, but they understand that the courtroom may not be the best place to resolve disputes. Most cases settle out of court, and our lawyers bring their skill and tenacity to the negotiating table to resolve matters effectively. We use our experience to protect your rights throughout the ADR process. The firm’s founding partner is also a trained mediator who understands the benefits of mediation and can act as a third-party neutral to help settle cases.

The Mediation Process

As a form of ADR, mediation is a process through which a resolution to a legal matter may be reached. Both parties must agree to the terms of the solution. The role of a mediator involves acting as a neutral third party to help two conflicting sides find common ground. The mediator does this by facilitating discussions between the parties and helping them negotiate settlement terms that may involve both benefits and concessions for both sides.

Our attorneys have considerable experience representing clients in mediation. As your attorneys, we will firmly represent your interests through the entire process, focusing on the goal of a fair and equitable resolution.

At our law firm, we can also help your small business resolve legal disputes quickly and efficiently. Protracted litigation can put a strain on any small company’s resources. Business mediation gives small-business owners the opportunity to solve their problems collaboratively, saving both time and money.

Arbitration Services

Our law firm also provides representation to clients who wish to undergo arbitration. In the arbitration process, both parties present their case to a neutral third party, known as the arbitrator. Decisions made by the arbitrator are legally binding, making it extremely important that you seek out experienced legal representation before entering into the process.

Contact Oakland County Estate Dispute Lawyers

To arrange a consultation with a Metro Detroit mediation and arbitration attorney from our firm, please contact us at 248-598-1919 or send us a message online. Bingham Legal Group PC is a full-service law firm providing counsel and service to individuals and businesses in Bingham Farms, the greater metropolitan Detroit area and throughout Michigan.