Arbitration

What is Arbitration?

In Arbitration, also called Private Adjudication, the parties present evidence to the Arbitrator which supports their position in the legal dispute.  The neutral Arbitrator makes the decision based on the evidence presented in conformity with the law, and that decision is binding on all parties. SEMA Arbitrators are former judges and attorneys with years of expertise in handling and resolving a wide variety of legal issues.

Arbitration may be utilized for an entire case or for specific issue or issues of a case.

What is an Arbitrator? 

An individual:

  • Trained and experienced in the legal issues
  • Experienced in sorting out the relevant facts of a dispute
  • Experienced in applying the established law to the facts presented

Arbitration provides:

  • Informal setting
  • Confidential
  • Cost effective
  • Time-efficient Forum
  • Opportunity to present evidence
  • Self representation or representation by an attorney
  • Decision based on the facts and the law
  • Decision is binding on all parties

In many instances, Arbitration is the process of choice for resolving legal disputes in variety of areas of the law, including, but not limited to:

  • Divorce (Division of Assets, Alimony, Child Support, Custody)
  • Personal Injury
  • Tort Liability and Damages
  • Contract Disputes
  • Construction Disputes
  • Employment Disputes
  • Consumer Issues
  • Real Estate Disputes (Easements, Rights of Way, Boundaries)
  • Will and Trust Disputes
  • Value of Business or Other Assets

Feel free to phone us at 508-778-9559 or email admin@AskSEMA.com for further information.

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