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No one wants to find themselves in a legal battle, and most people never think that this will ever happen to them. However, anyone can encounter a challenging legal issue. While many typically think of the legal process as being costly and time-consuming, it doesn’t always have to be this way. It is possible to resolve your issue without the negative aspects of going to court. At Barrett & Farahany, we know the stress a legal issue can cause, and we want to help you avoid as much of it as possible.

Our mediation and arbitration services offer a better solution for many who need legal help. Reaching a resolution shouldn’t be any harder than it needs to be. Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) methods like mediation and arbitration could be what you need to settle your legal issue in a way that’s more beneficial. The attorneys of Barrett & Farahany can help.

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Mediation involves in-formal, non-binding meetings with a neutral third party, the mediator. Depending on the situation, parties can meet together with the mediator or have separate meetings with the mediator. This gives parties the space to discuss their issues and reach a resolution without going to court.

During this process, the mediator is not responsible for making any final decisions for the parties involved. However, this isn’t always the end of the conflict. In some cases, mediation may be required before a case goes to court. While court may still be necessary, it may be an easier process, as the parties have already had the opportunity to discuss their concerns.


While it’s a form of alternative dispute resolution, arbitration works similarly to a regular court case. Arbitration occurs outside of court, is less formal, and gives each party the chance to tell their side of the story and provide evidence. Unlike in mediation, where the mediator does not make any final decisions, arbitrators determine the outcome of the arbitration process.

Today, many contracts include arbitration agreements that require issues to be settled through this ADR method rather than taking them to court.

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Benefits of Alternative Dispute Resolution

ADR is preferable in many situations. Of course, this isn’t always an option, but when it is, it can be in your best interest. Some of the benefits of going through mediation or arbitration as opposed to going to court include:

  • Fewer expenses
  • Faster resolution
  • Maintained privacy
  • More control over the process
  • More flexibility
  • Reduced hostility

Reach a Resolution with Mediation & Arbitration

If ADR is a viable option for your legal dispute, you need to take advantage of the benefits it can offer. At Barrett & Farahany, we want to help make a difficult time as easy as it can be for you. With our mediation and arbitration services, we can help eliminate some of the most common stressors associated with going to court. Our attorneys have the skills and experience you can rely on when you have a legal issue you need to have settled.

Contact the attorneys of Barrett & Farahany for assistance with mediation and arbitration in Alabama, Georgia, and Illinois today.

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Barrett & Farahany

Georgia Office

3344 Peachtree Road NE, Suite 800
Atlanta, GA 30326

Alabama Office

2 20th St N, Suite 900,
Birmingham, AL 35203

Illinois Office

77 W. Wacker Dr. Suite 4500
Chicago, IL 60601


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