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Finding The Solution That Works For You

While many people think of fighting for your rights in court, it’s important to know that there are other options. Alternative dispute resolution (ADR) might be an option for you, depending on your situation. Zinober Diana & Monteverde P.A. has worked with clients navigating the legal system throughout Southwest Florida.

What Is Alternative Dispute Resolution?

Our attorneys prepare each case as if it is going to trial. This means that we are ready for whatever comes our way, which gives us a unique advantage. However, our first goal is to find an amicable solution outside of court. This often speeds up the process and can be more cost-efficient. As your representation, it is our job to seek out your best interests. This includes negotiating on your behalf while also fighting for what is rightfully yours.

There are several forms of alternative dispute resolution. Mediation is the most common, where a neutral third party hears both sides and attempts to come up with a solution. Arbitration is an informal trial where an impartial third party makes a decision for both sides. Regardless of which type works better for you, the key part of this entire process is the ability to negotiate and communicate. When everyone can effectively voice their concerns, it makes things easier.

Call Today To Discuss Your Case

We listen to each client as if they are our friend. As always, our top priority is making sure your voice is heard. If this is a good option for you, we won’t hesitate to bring it up. If you have questions about the process and want to learn more, it’s important to call our office in St. Petersburg right away. You can reach us at 855-678-3529 or by filling out our contact form.

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