The traditional method to resolve legal disputes in the area of matrimonial, domestic relations, or family law matters is contested litigation through the court system. This process can be time consuming and expensive. Two alternatives to this process are mediation and arbitration, generally known as alternative dispute resolution

Divorce and custody disputes do not require the courtroom to be legally binding. In fact, a growing number of people are opting to conduct their divorce, support or custody proceedings in a private setting such as the Family Arbitration and Mediation Center, thereby easing the burden of costly, time-consuming and intimidating court appearances.

Family Arbitration and Mediation Center is committed to the resolution of domestic relations disputes through the most efficient means to reach the parties’ goals, whether by agreement or arbitration award. Many people seek Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) services to ensure a decision that is both quick and fair. When you come to us, Shelly Grossman will listen to all your issues and help find a solution to resolve the matters and facilitate an agreement between all parties.

Shelly Grossman acts as a neutral third-party to evaluate the situation solely on the merits of the case. This evaluation consists of:

  • A review of the factual and legal positions of the parties involved
  • An evaluation of what the likely outcome would be if the case went to court

She then works to find a solution that is fair to both parties, and addresses the concerns raised by the parties. These solutions are legally binding, but do not require the lengthy court process or expenses associated with standard dispute resolution.

If you have any questions about Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Delaware Valley, Pennsylvania, area, and to schedule an appointment with Shelly Grossman, please contact us today at 610-209-1858.

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