Dispute Resolution Lawyer

Spirio Law can provide clients across Long Island (Nassau & Suffolk County) with an experienced dispute lawyer. This is a lawyer is someone who in trained in alternative dispute resolution also known as “dispute resolution” or “dispute settlement cases." These cases can utilize different processes, including collaborative law, mediation, mediation guided negotiation and case evaluation as well as arbitration, just to name a few. These are all alternatives to resolve conflict without litigation or to resolve litigation that has already begun. So if you need a dispute lawyer on your side that you can trust, turn to Concetta Spirio.

For more information about representation, please contact us today. We will gladly answer any questions you may have regarding this form of representation. You may also call our office at 631-277-8844. When you call, we can provide you with a no-obligation consultation to go over the parameters of your case.

Dispute LawyerWhy Use A Dispute Lawyer?

A dispute lawyer uses alternative dispute resolution processes, which offer unique advantages to each client. For example, many dispute resolution processes are less expensive and faster than the traditional legal process. These alternative processes provide the parties with the power to control their own destiny in determining the outcome of their conflict or dispute rather than a determination dictated to them by a court or arbitrator.  Simply they are empowered with greater participation in reaching a solution. In addition, dispute resolution processes offer total confidentiality; are less formal and have more flexible rules than the trial court. When you turn to Spirio Law, we can effectively handle any cases that come our way. Ms Spirio has years of experience as a dispute lawyer on Long Island.

What Is Dispute Resolution?

Dispute resolution also known as Alternative Dispute resolution refers to a number of legal processes that can be used to resolve a conflict, dispute or claim. Dispute resolution may also be referred to as alternative dispute resolution, appropriate dispute resolution, or ADR for short. When you turn to Spirio Law firm, we can get you an attorney trained in several  Alternative Dispute processes that can effectively handle any matter or conflict.

When it comes to the process of dispute resolution, there are alternatives to having a court (state or federal judge or jury) decide the dispute in a trial. Or have other institutions decide the resolution of the case or contract. Many use the process of dispute resolution to resolve a variety of disputes, including family, neighborhood, employment, business, housing, personal injury, consumer, and environmental disputes.

The United States Federal Government also utilizes the dispute resolution process. They do so to assist government employees and private citizens resolve complaints and disputes.

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