In addition to being a significantly faster way to resolve the issues disputed by the parties, Arbitration in Divorce cases offers the following additional benefits:
Arbitration offers the predictability of having an Attorney (private judge) – with vast experience in domestic matters – resolve the parties' issues, rather than relying on a judge - who may have little or no experience in domestic matters – resolve the parties' issues. In addition, the Arbitration process is governed by a written Arbitration Agreement negotiated between the parties, with the scope and rules of the Arbitration proceeding determined by the parties (or their attorneys). This allows Divorce Arbitration to be tailored to the specific needs of the parties.
The Mediation/Arbitration process is completed utilizing the following steps:
Civil mediation in Utah is a process that helps parties in a civil matter to reach an agreement through the inclusion of a trained problem-solver called a mediator. Most civil lawsuits typically involve one or both parties suing for financial damages, e.g. a personal injury claim.
There's no reason that divorce has to be a long, complicated process. One way to make a divorce a lot less painful is to go through mediation. Domestic mediation is a way of negotiating a settlement in terms of the divorce. See how mediation can be beneficial to both parties.
When it comes to arbitration, there are both positives and negatives. Determining whether it has a good result depends on the goals of the participants. For some, the touted benefits of arbitration may actually be a downside. Likewise, some negatives may not actually be that bad at all. Learn about both the pros and cons of the process to find out if it is right for you.