Alternative dispute resolution, or ADR, refers to any method of resolving a legal conflict without going to court. That does not mean, however, that a deep understanding of the legal process is not required. In fact, some ADR methods feel very much like a court case, with the exchange of discovery between the parties, submission of legal memoranda to support your position or oppose your adversaries, and the strict adherence to deadlines and scheduling order. Some methods are binding on the parties, while others are not. The attorneys of Terry Frank law have over 25 years of combined experience in a variety of ADR methods such as:
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