Dispute Resolution services

Dispute Resolution services

What is dispute resolution?

Dispute resolution is the process of resolving conflicts between two or more parties. If the parties involved are having difficulties resolving their dispute, a third party can be brought in to help settle the conflict. This third party is an unbiased source whose job it is to mediate and help bring the conflicting sides together in order to reach an agreement that can make everyone satisfied.

Avoiding court


Dispute resolution is often used to avoid having to take the issue to court. Once an issue makes its way to the court system, both sides will lose. Court costs and lawyers are incredible expensive and it is often the case that even the winning side can end up losing in the end because of it.

The court systems also tend to prolong the process for a lengthy amount of time. There may be instances where you are looking to have the dispute settled quickly so you can move forward. The courts are not a good system to rely on if time is a factor for you.

Your partner


Great Central Advisory is here to be that third party and help you resolve any disputes that you or your business may be dealing with. We have the experience to properly and effectively guide the dispute towards an outcome that can be accepted by all involved.

The dispute resolution process consists of:

Negotiation


Negotiation is the process of creating a dialog with your opposing side and being able to reach an agreement through understanding and a give and take that will make both parties happy.

Arbitration


We can serve as an arbitrator to help settle a dispute. As the arbitrator, we provide a way to settle a conflict without having to go through the court system.

Collaborative law


Collaborative law is a way that both sides can use the law to identify the issues that they are facing and find ways to solve those issues. This is a good alternative to the more traditional “plaintiff vs. defendant” faceoff that usually causes more harm than good.

Litigation


Litigation is often the last course of action. This involves the plaintiff and defendant facing off in front of a judge or in this case, a third party that has been mutually agreed upon beforehand. Both parties must agree to the final verdict that the third party decides.

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