The skilled and experienced attorneys at Hunter Law Firm are dedicated to providing cost-effective and efficient alternative dispute resolutions (ADR) for a variety of legal dilemmas. Both mediation and arbitration can be less expensive and time-consuming than litigation.
We are proud to offer our ADR services for the following types of cases —
Our mediation and arbitration attorneys in Hampton Roads have been serving the surrounding communities since 1986. Throughout the course of our practice, we have assisted many parties in coming to mutually beneficial agreements. We offer clients personalized and reliable legal assistance in whatever legal conflict they face. Our lawyers can review your case and recommend the option best suited given your situation. To find out more about how our team of highly qualified professionals can serve you, contact our office as soon as possible.
Mediation is a type of alternative dispute resolution that focuses on cooperation. Disputing parties work with a neutral third-party mediator in order to resolve differences. The process takes place over the course of several short, informal mediation sessions. The role of the mediator is to keep parties focused on coming to a mutually beneficial agreement. Mediation is a voluntary process, meaning you can leave at any time. Many clients prefer mediation over traditional litigation because it allows them to have more control over the resolution process.
Another type of alternative dispute resolution our civil litigation lawyers are experienced in is arbitration. In arbitration, both parties sit down with a third party or arbitrator to resolve their differences. An arbitrator is either a retired or practicing attorney who issues binding decisions enforceable under state or federal law. Arbitration is preferred to litigation because it is fast, efficient and informal. Ultimately, both mediation and arbitration offer numerous benefits over litigation.
Aggressive and knowledgeable, the experienced attorneys at Hunter Law Firm are ready to help you resolve your legal dilemma. Contact us online or call one of our four convenient offices to speak to a mediation and arbitration lawyer today —