Arbitration

In some instances, it makes sense to choose an arbitrator to decide issues in your case outside of court.  Arbitration allows the parties to control the scheduling of their matter, maintain a level of privacy in their matter and select a decision maker who is experienced on an important dispute in their case.  Arbitration can be used to decide all aspects of a case or resolve a limited universe of issues while other issues are settled between the parties.  The attorneys at Tonneman & Connors, LLC have experience representing parties in arbitration as well as serving as arbitrators.

Arbitration
Arbitration allows the parties to obtain an expeditious decision in their matter when it is clear that a settlement is not possible.  Arbitration is controlled by a contract between the parties called the arbitration agreement.  It allows for a flexible and less formal process that can be well suited in divorce and post-judgment matters.  Because the parties are able to control the formality of the process, it can also be far less expensive than a litigated matter in court.  Rights to appeal are often limited in the context of arbitration.

Tonneman & Connors, LLC has years of experience reviewing the nuanced facts of divorce cases to determine which legal route is most appropriate. Let our knowledgeable matrimonial attorneys analyze your case to determine if arbitration is the prudent course of action – contact us today.