Mediation and arbitration are two effective methods for resolving disputes between parties outside of the court system. These methods are common forms of alternative dispute resolution, where parties can reach a mediated or arbitrated agreement to peacefully and swiftly settle the conflict.
Mediation is a process of settling a dispute through the assistance of a neutral third party not involved in the conflict. The mediator listens to the parties’ perspectives and engages in dialogue with them to understand their interests and search for a suitable solution that meets their requirements. Mediation aims to find a mutually acceptable resolution for both parties that can resolve the conflict conclusively and avoid the need for litigation.
Arbitration is a process of resolving a dispute through a neutral party known as the “arbitrator.” The arbitrator is selected through mutual agreement between the parties. The arbitrator listens to the arguments and evidence from both sides and issues a final decision that both parties must adhere to. Arbitration decisions are legally binding and enforceable as court judgments.
Mediation and arbitration offer complete confidentiality, as details of the dispute or the decision are not disclosed to the public.
Both methods provide a fast resolution to conflicts, instead of waiting for a long time for a court hearing.
Resolving disputes through mediation and arbitration can be less costly than pursuing litigation in the traditional court system.
This type of divorce occurs when one of the spouses files a lawsuit to obtain a judicial ruling for divorce.
In our company, we offer mediation and arbitration services to clients who prefer an alternative to traditional litigation. We ensure fair, transparent, and impartial dealings to achieve the best possible outcome for all involved.
If you are facing a dispute and seeking a peaceful and efficient way to resolve it, do not hesitate to contact us for assistance and advice in mediation and arbitration.
We are here for you
Submitting a marriage application requires compliance with certain procedures. The potential spouses must provide their personal identification papers and the required documents to the competent legal authority in the country. These documents may include previous marriage certificates (if any), certificates issued by the embassy if one of the spouses is a foreigner, birth certificates, proof of residency, and a health certificate showing that both parties are free from infectious diseases.
Yes, young children can be shared in the custody of their parents after divorce, depending on the best interests of the child. The court aims to achieve the best interests of the child and may decide on joint custody if it is believed to be in their favor.
The legal rights of the husband or wife after divorce vary according to the legal system in each country. Typically, these rights include alimony, child custody, visitation rights for the children, and rights to property or finances acquired during the marriage.
Yes, spouses can reach an agreement to resolve family disputes outside of court, and this is considered one of the effective and peaceful ways to deal with family issues. If the spouses are able to reach an amicable agreement and settle matters between them, it may facilitate the process and reduce legal and emotional costs.
The legal procedures to determine the amount of alimony in a divorce case depend on the legal system of each country. The size of alimony usually depends on the income of each spouse, their expenses, and their financial circumstances. This may include setting a monthly amount or making a one-time payment as a final compensation.