Litigating land disputes is often a necessary evil that landowners must take to protect their property rights. But litigation is often slow, frustrating and expensive. Before any client files their complaint, alternative resolution methods should be given serious consideration.
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) includes two primary processes: mediation and arbitration. Both methods use a neutral third-party to help resolve the dispute between the parties. Both processes have their advantages and disadvantages, so choosing the best option for your situation should be discussed with your attorney.
Dr. Nettleman serves as a subject-matter mediation expert in the fields of title, boundary easement conflict resolution. He provides land-specific exercises and tasks to move the discussion forward as a means to finding an amicable solution as quickly and efficiently as possible. To learn more, email Dr. Nettleman today.