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Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in Fairfield County, Connecticut is defined by different methods of helping disagreeing parties reach a resolution in order to avoid traditional forms of litigation in a courtroom with a judge. ADR often involves using the services of a neutral third party or a panel of arbitrators. The parties or the court selects the decision maker based on the arbitrators or mediators background and experience in the industry. The alternative dispute resolution process helps solve the dispute through a settlement agreement reached by consent or another type of binding or non-binding agreement. Different types of alternative dispute resolution methods include mediation, conciliation, arbitration, and negotiation. The benefits of ADR over traditional litigation in a courtroom include saving time and money and maintaining confidentiality. Find an alternative dispute resolution attorney in Fairfield County, Connecticut to discuss this important method of resolving legal disputes.

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Max L Rosenberg

Max L Rosenberg
Rosenberg, Whewell, & Hite, LLC
2051 Main Street
Stratford, CT 06615
Licensed for 17 years, Max L Rosenberg is a Chapter 7 Bankruptcy and Personal Injury lawyer who attended Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law ... read more >
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Fairfield County Lawyer Referral Service - The Lawyer Referral Service of Fairfield County, Connecticut, helps individuals and businesses find a qualified attorney in Bridgeport, Stamford, Norwalk or Danbury, CT. Call the service to talk with a trained staff person who will help determine the type of attorney needed. In some cases, a processing fee of $35 is required for the referral. Attorneys that participate in the service must carry malpractice insurance and are pre-screened for their experience and good standing with the Connecticut State Bar.



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