Alternative Dispute Resolution
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) may be a viable option for you and your family in regard to your divorce or other family law matter. Instead of facing a drawn out courtroom battle, Alternative Dispute Resolution offers both parties the opportunity at a successful resolution outside of the courtroom. Mediation, negotiation and arbitration are all forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution.
At the Hopper Law Firm PLLC, our Raleigh family law attorneys are dedicated to helping our clients reach the best possible outcome for their family law matters. We understand that this is not always best achieved by contesting every issue in court, where your children are more likely to be emotionally traumatized and where the outcome may not suit your family’s particular needs. When you work with a divorce lawyer at our firm, we will take the time to discuss your options with you. We will explore how mediation, negotiation, or another form of Alternative Dispute Resolution can positively affect you and your family. We are particularly experienced in matters involving divorce mediation and
Benefits of Alternative Dispute Resolution
Although the particular advantages of Alternative Dispute Resolution may vary depending on your particular case, there are a number of distinct benefits that you may experience by choosing this route for your family law matter:
- More control during the process, such as the ability to devise a divorce agreement that is tailor-made to your family’s unique needs.
- The opportunity to choose a neutral third party to oversee mediation or arbitration.
- Both parties are often able to save time and money by avoiding a court case.
- The opportunity to resolve the dispute or other matter at hand with the other party, preserving personal relationships and avoiding much of the stress and emotional trauma that may be experienced in court.
For more information about Alternative Dispute Resolution in North Carolina and how it may affect you, please contact a Raleigh divorce attorney from the Hopper Law Firm PLLC today.