What is ADR?
Alternative dispute resolution or ADR is a term used to describe ways that parties in conflict can act to resolve their dispute without asking a judge or judges in a court to resolve it for them. ADR can be used alongside formal court proceedings, or on its own.
Mediation – is a form of ADR
Mediation is an extremely effective form of ADR. An independent study indicates that just over 75% of mediated cases settle on the day, with another 11% settling shortly thereafter, giving an aggregate settlement rate of around 86%.
The team of expert mediators at E&G Mediation have the experience and know-how to help you resolve your Spanish dispute quickly, effectively and economically, without the need for recourse to the courts, whether in Spain or anywhere else. When parties insist on going to trial they give up all control of the final result to a third party, the court. And the parties don’t even get to choose who will be the judge.
We will help you and the party with whom you are in conflict to resolve the problem between yourselves, rather than leaving it to a judge. Mediation not only allows the parties to agree a solution that works for them – it may involve a solution that would never be available to the court to impose.
Contact us for further information
By post to E&G Solicitors, 17 Red Lion Square, London, WC1R 4QH, UK.
By email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
By telephone on +44 (0)20 3478 1424.
At E&G we offer a free no obligation 20 minutes confidential consultation for our mediation services.