Our expert consultants are dedicated to assisting you in resolving your disputes without resorting to judicial institutions and trials.

We offer these ADR services

  • Negotiation
  • Mediation
  • Conciliation
  • Arbitration

At eLegal Consultants, our commitment lies in facilitating the resolution of various cases, excluding criminal ones, through Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) methods. ADR stands out as a more cost-efficient alternative to traditional litigation, providing opportunities for innovative and advantageous solutions that often surpass those achieved through court adjudication.

Our primary focus is on ensuring your disputes are not only resolved cost-effectively but also in a manner that yields the most favourable outcomes while maintaining the utmost confidentiality.

How it works

Step One

Contact us through our WhatsApp chat, web form or our toll free number, stating your full contact information, the service you would like to be provided and a request for a quote from our expert consultants.

Step Two

Receive and review our quote alongside the details of the legal service to be provided, approve the quote and pay through any of our listed reliable payment system.

Step three

Receive a fast and reliable delivery of the legal advice and documents from our expert lawyers.

At eLegal Consultants, we provide faster, convenient and affordable legal services in a click of a button.

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What is Alternative Dispute Resolution?

The term ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) can be described simply as the procedure through which disputes are settled out of Court. There are 4 major forms of ADR, namely Negotiation, Mediation, Conciliation and Arbitration. In commercial Contracts, Arbitration procedure is common as the preferred Dispute Resolution Mechanism.

Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) refers to the method of resolving conflicts outside of traditional court proceedings. ADR encompasses four primary approaches: Negotiation, Mediation, Conciliation, and Arbitration. In the realm of commercial contracts, Arbitration is often the preferred mechanism for resolving disputes.

ADR processes are typically more cost-effective than going through litigation, with the exception being Criminal Law cases where ADR is less common. However, even in such cases, some victims of accused individuals have opted for ADR, finding it more satisfying than merely relying on the state’s punitive measures without any restitution for themselves.

ADR sessions are characterized by collaboration, in contrast to the adversarial nature of litigation. This collaborative environment allows parties to better understand each other’s perspectives and frequently leads to the proposal of more advantageous and innovative solutions compared to court adjudication.

In each ADR procedure, a neutral third party with an impartial viewpoint is involved. In Arbitration proceedings, an Arbitrator delivers a decision known as the Arbitral Award.

ADR is the preferred option when parties in dispute aim to preserve their business relationship while addressing the issues that have arisen during their dealings.

Here’s a concise definition of the various ADR processes:

  • Negotiation: Parties engage in dialogue to reach a mutually beneficial resolution.
  • Mediation: A non-binding collaborative process where parties receive assistance in finding an agreeable solution.
  • Conciliation: Similar to mediation, but the final agreement becomes legally binding.
  • Arbitration: A process where a qualified Arbitrator listens to parties and reviews relevant documents to render a decision known as the Arbitral Award.

If you are considering the ADR process, reach out to our experienced team today. We are fully equipped to handle your requests with the utmost attention and expertise.

We advocate ADR as the optimal form of dispute resolution in today’s world. Contact us today; we are just a call away.

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