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Mediation May Be A Better Option

Legal disputes are often expensive and time-consuming. As a result, there are times when people surrender claims they are entitled to, just to avoid wasting the time and money it would take to reach a resolution. At other times, the adversarial nature of litigation would be something you want to avoid.

Mediation and arbitration are effective ways of resolving a dispute without the need for litigation. This is an especially popular and effective way of reaching a resolution in family law cases.

In mediation, the parties in a dispute (and their lawyers) meet with a neutral third party — a mediator — who then attempts to reach a resolution that is acceptable to everyone concerned. If the parties cannot reach an amicable agreement during mediation, the case may move to arbitration. In arbitration, all parties agree to settle matters out of court. The arbitrator, just like a judge, hears the case and makes a final decision.

Mediation And Arbitration In Maryland

Attorney Shauna Rhodes is extremely capable of acting as an arbitrator or mediator for settling your legal disputes effectively. If your goal is to resolve the case amicably or to obtain an independent judgment without the cost of a trial, mediation or arbitration may be the best option for you.

At Rhodes Law Firm, LLC, our arbitration and mediation attorney Shauna Rhodes has experience in dealing with issues such as:

  • Commercial disputes
  • Property damage
  • Family law
  • Personal injury
  • Employment disputes

Talk To An Experienced Lawyer Today

Only a seasoned attorney with experience in mediation and arbitration can give you the information needed to determine if these options are right for your case. Contact us online today, or call 240-650-7434 for a consultation in our Greenbelt, Maryland, office.

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