An Appellate Judge Speaks Out
On The Benefits Of Alternative Dispute Resolution
Litigation is not cheap, and the results are never a "sure thing". Alternative methods of Dispute Resolution, such as Mediation and Arbitration, are a better way to go for many folks involved in a real estate dispute.
In this article from the "Metropolitan Corporate Counsel", retired appellate judge Edwin Stern talks about the differences between Mediation and Arbitration.
By Edwin Stern – "Mediation is a process by which a third party (sometimes called a “neutral” or “mediator”) helps parties settle their own dispute. Mediation is designed to aid the parties in reaching a mutually acceptable settlement."
If you find yourself representing clients involved in a real estate dispute, or even being a principle in need of dispute resolution, you can contact us with your situation. In many cases, Costa Land and Real Estate can provide a qualified, neutral mediator at reasonable cost, and help you reach a satisfactory Dispute Resolution.