Binding Arbitration Agreement Divorce

It is important to fully understand arbitration. A divorce lawyer in Pittsburgh can explain the differences and help you make the best decisions for your particular case. Brian C. Vertz, a partner in our family practice, is a certified arbitrator with over 25 years of experience in matrimonial matters and an impressive list of awards and certifications, including certification as an evaluation analyst and author of a nationally recognized textbook on tax divorce issues. To discuss your case with Brian or one of our other alternative lawyers at Pollock Begg Komar Glasser & Vertz LLC, call us today at (412) 471-9000 or fill out our online contact form. Family arbitrations allow couples experiencing family breakdown to resolve disputes more quickly, more confidentially and in a more flexible and less formal setting than in a courtroom. Given the current delays experienced by parties in most family courts in England and Wales, the appeal of a faster route to resolving family disputes is undeniable. Arbitration is a kind of «alternative dispute resolution,» meaning it`s a method that parties can use in a dispute to resolve their case rather than going to court. Arbitration can be an effective way to reach a conclusion in a case where both parties disagree on a divorce, but they don`t want the time, costs, and uncertainty associated with the process.

Since an arbitrator`s decisions are binding, your recourse against the decision is usually limited to fraud….