Early Neutral Evaluation Services in San Jose, CA
At The Law Office of Phillip J. Griego, we understand it is always preferable to resolve an issue without going through court proceedings which is often both expensive and lengthy. That’s why we would like to offer you an opportunity for two sides to present their case to us for neutral evaluation of the pros and cons of your case. Why not explore all avenues before taking your case to court?
What is early neutral evaluation?
Early neutral evaluation consists of involving a third party in the dispute who is both individual and unbiased. The third party evaluator, who will possess considerable experience in the relevant legal fields, will be able to take all details of your case into consideration in order to provide you with impartial recommendations with regards to resolving your particular case.
Whether the case involves allegations of employment law, discrimination, infringement upon civil rights, wrongful termination of contracts, the neutral evaluator will be able to give non-binding advice with a view to presenting all sides with a fresh look at their matter.
Why consider early neutral evaluation?
To those unfamiliar with legal disputes, alternatives to court hearings can seem slightly juvenile. However, it is becoming more and more common for a resolution to legal issues to be found outside the courts and, in fact, the judicial system endorses the alternatives we offer.
In comparison with traditional courts, much like an arbitral tribunal, involving a third party evaluator offers the parties involved a huge amount of flexibility in terms of who is involved, when and where proceedings take place, and often turns out to be a much cheaper and more efficient way of resolving disputes.
The advantages of resolving disputes through early neutral evaluation are:
- You will have the opportunity to present your case fairly as the independent evaluator will take each parties argument into consideration equally without bias.
- The process is both less expensive and often more efficient as you do you have to wait for court hearings booked months down the line; you can resolve your dispute to a schedule that suits you and in family law cases this can be a better solution.
- At the end of the evaluation period, the evaluator will present both parties with their advice. So, if you need help with dispute resolution and you believe early neutral evaluation could be the solution for you, don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss your case in further detail.
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