Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to go to court?

Not necessarily. In the current climate, it can take even longer to have your case heard in court. Arbitration is like a personal court available at your convenience. The arbitrator listens to the evidence and the arguments on each side and then makes an independent decision about what is best for your children. That decision is intended to be binding and can easily be made into a court order. We have experienced advocates and arbitrators able to assist you resolve conflict quickly.

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