A streamlined process to resolve disputes
in weeks instead of years.

Start-to-finish, with a mutually-beneficial resolution.

A streamlined process to resolve disputes in weeks instead of years.

Start-to-finish, with a mutually-beneficial resolution.
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1. Planning and preparation

We kick things off with a meeting involving both parties. The goal of this meeting is to get a sense of both parties’ needs and the broader financial and legal issues at hand. We’ll also explain the nature and scope of our engagement and provide a detailed overview of our process. If both parties agree to move forward, a fixed fee and timeline will be determined.
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2. Discovery and understanding

All financial, business and legal information is gathered and reviewed. Then separate meetings with each side are facilitated. The purpose of these meetings is to understand individual needs without judgment or defensiveness from the other side. Next, expert reports are created and shared with you. These reports shed light on your rights and obligations, while fostering a shared understanding of both sides’ positions, interests and needs. Ultimately, they lay the groundwork for a workable solution.
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3. Negotiation and mediation

All parties come together. A negotiated, resolution process with a former Justice takes place that sets out agreed and contested facts as well as the expert reports, supported by relevant documentation. Common ground, mutual agreement and a final resolution are determined — and a settlement agreement is executed. If one or more issues are unresolved, the parties will engage in binding arbitration with the same former Justice. Either way, a final outcome is reached.
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4. Resolution and closure

Regardless of whether the dispute is resolved through negotiation or arbitration, it is permanently resolved. A written agreement is produced that is fair and agreed upon by all parties involved. If a court file had previously been opened, we can even file the agreement on your behalf. Which means you can put the dispute behind you and move on with your life.
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1. Planning and preparation

We kick things off with a meeting involving both parties. The goal of this meeting is to get a sense of both parties’ needs and the broader financial and legal issues at hand. We’ll also explain the nature and scope of our engagement and provide a detailed overview of our process. If both parties agree to move forward, a fixed fee and timeline will be determined.
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2. Discovery and understanding

All financial, business and legal information is gathered and reviewed. Then separate meetings with each side are facilitated. The purpose of these meetings is to understand individual needs without judgment or defensiveness from the other side. Next, expert reports are created and shared with you. These reports shed light on your rights and obligations, while fostering a shared understanding of both sides’ positions, interests and needs. Ultimately, they lay the groundwork for a workable solution.
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3. Negotiation and mediation

All parties come together. A negotiated, resolution process with a former Justice takes place that sets out agreed and contested facts as well as the expert reports, supported by relevant documentation. Common ground, mutual agreement and a final resolution are determined — and a settlement agreement is executed. If one or more issues are unresolved, the parties will engage in binding arbitration with the same former Justice. Either way, a final outcome is reached.
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4. Resolution and closure

Regardless of whether the dispute is resolved through negotiation or arbitration, it is permanently resolved. A written agreement is produced that is fair and agreed upon by all parties involved. If a court file had previously been opened, we can even file the agreement on your behalf. Which means you can put the dispute behind you and move on with your life.

A faster, better approach to dispute resolution.

Contact us to learn more about our dispute resolution process and services.