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Phoenix, AZ 85016

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Reno, NV 89501

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Colorado Springs, CO 80903

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Lipson Neilson Arbitration Lawyers Know When & Know How to Arbitrate Disputes

Arbitration is similar to mediation in that it is one of the most common types of practiced Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) methods. As with all types of ADR, the general concept allows the parties involved to resolve their issues outside of federal or state courts, avoiding potentially long and costly trials.

Many of our arbitration attorneys have also acted as an Arbitrator, Mediator or Special Master. Often these appointments result from judges, the parties or their lawyers recognizing the firm’s experience in this growing area of the law.

While it is a faster and more efficient way to resolve business disputes compared to litigation, arbitration is not the ideal process to resolve every legal dispute under the sun. Lipson Neilson arbitration lawyers are experienced in this method of dispute resolution and can help you determine which type of ADR, if any, is advisable in your case.


Specific Areas of Arbitration

  • Settlement Conferences
  • Probate Litigation Cases
  • Domestic Litigation Cases
  • Civil Disputes
  • Real Estate
  • Commercial Litigation Cases

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