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  • June 29, 2021

Alternative Dispute Resolution In Canada

Alternative dispute resolution is one of the best solutions in modern law. While the courts are now overcrowded and in many provinces, the number of cases such as personal injury cannot be handled quickly enough, alternative solutions are usually the best solution. 

It is most commonly practiced in areas of law such as Commerce, Construction, Elections, Employment, Federal Practice, Insurance, International, Labor Law, and Securities. In some areas, 90% of cases are resolved through alternative solutions. You can get more information about alternative dispute resolution services via

Alternative dispute resolution has many advantages over litigation, it is usually cheaper and faster. Plus, it can only focus on solving problems and not on litigation, making it more effective for both parties. Alternative resolutions are usually put forward after the first hearing. One of the biggest advantages of alternative dispute resolution is its flexibility. 

Negotiation is a voluntary procedure without a third party that simplifies the restructuring process or requires a solution. This type of alternative dispute resolution is the easiest for both parties because everything can be resolved between the parties without additional people, but this settlement is still not possible in most cases because the parties are unwilling to negotiate emotional issues during the Divorce, for example).

Mediation is a procedure in which a third party (the mediator) supports the settlement process. This party even has the right to propose resolutions but does not impose resolutions on the parties.

The right of cooperation (joint divorce) is not a completely alternative solution but is a juridical option, but still allows dispute resolution without the active participation of the parties. With this type of processing, each party has a lawyer who accompanies the restructuring process under specially agreed conditions and mutually agreed experts.


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