What is Mediation?

Mediation is a method of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) in which the parties attempt to reach a compromise with the help of a trained mediator. This mediator is tasked with assisting the parties in finding a solution that is workable and fair to all concerned. A successful mediation leads to a binding agreement and avoids costly trial expenses.

What is Arbitration?

Arbitration is a method for the parties to submit their case to a trained Arbitrator who will be tasked with making a decision. This decision may or may not be binding. Arbitration avoids delays encountered with court backlogs and may be less formal and expensive than a trial. The parties may elect to enforce any arbitration award by a court order. Arbitrators may serve solely or in panels and may be court appointed or selected by the parties. 

How can Mediation or Arbitration with Bettis Law Group, LLC be a better choice? 

Phill Bettis brings his extensive experience in law and life to the table. He patiently listens as all sides present their concerns, and thoughtfully and creatively works with the parties to craft a solution. While he has handled a variety of mediation and arbitration matters, his nearly 40 years of practice in transactional law has allowed Mr. Bettis to specialize in dispute resolution involving real estate and business conflicts.