Have you been ordered by the court to enter dispute resolution or mediation?
Are you required to undertake Compulsory Family Dispute Resolution?
Are you contractually obliged to resolve a dispute
Would you like to settle a disagreement without the expense and stress of
entering the court or tribunal system?
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is a means of resolving a civil legal dispute outside the court. With legal representation, the disputing parties reach an agreement without having to undertake a costly, time-consuming and stressful court process. Mediation is a specific type of Alternative Dispute Resolution in which a neutral person works with the disputing parties to work towards a solution that is mutually agreeable.
ADR and mediation can be appropriate for many types of disputes including:
Reach for a solution that works for you and
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There are a number of circumstances under which parties engage in alternative dispute resolution:
In any case, dispute resolution can be an effective means of achieving a desired outcome at any stage of a dispute – even if the court case has commenced or a decision has been made by the court or tribunal and an appeal is being considered.
Contact Wyatts today to discuss if dispute resolution or mediation is for you.
Mediation is a specific type of Alternative Dispute Resolution that is particularly appropriate when the disagreeing parties are motivated to work towards a solution that is mutually agreeable. In a series of confidential meetings, a mediator facilitates negotiations between disputing parties – with the aim that they will reach an agreement. A mediator’s role is to support the parties to clearly explain their positions, and to maintain a well-structured and productive discussion. A mediator cannot provide legal advice or offer suggested solutions. They also cannot make a judgement as to the correctness of an argument or decide the outcome of negotiations.
If you are entering a mediation process, you can engage expert legal support to:
If you are entering dispute resolution or mediation, Wyatts are here to help! Call us today on 1800 773 880 to talk to one of our experienced lawyers.
Entering dispute resolution or mediation can be overwhelming and you may feel ill-equipped to represent yourself without appropriate guidance. It is vitally important that you have all the information and legal support you need in order that you take actions that serve your best interest. Wyatts Compensation Lawyers offer you resources, skills, knowledge and determination that will ensure your best possible outcome. Our highly-qualified and dedicate team has more than 150 years of combined experience – so you know that you will have the best people by your side.
Solicitor Director Julie Wyatt has an exceptional record in resolving complex disputes. She was successful in obtaining compensation for Royal Australian Air Force personnel exposed to toxic chemicals during the course of their service. Julie achieved a 100% success rate and was pivotal in significantly changing the lives of these Defence Force personnel.
Wyatts Compensation Lawyers have four offices conveniently located in the Sydney CBD, Kogarah, Parramatta and Liverpool. Call Wyatts today on 1800 773 880 or contact us via our online form for an attentive and personalised service. Remember to ask for more information about our No Win, No Fee policy.