The main difference between mediation and arbitration is that an arbitrator has the ability to make the decision over the dispute. Arbitration can also be binding and nonbinding. This is very important because there is the potential that an arbitrator’s decision is final, whether you like it or not.
When the parties come to a mutual agreement, or an arbitrator renders a final decision, the agreement is placed in writing and becomes part of the case. That final agreement is also enforceable should one of the parties breach the agreement.
The Mark Law Firm represents both husbands and wives in matters of arbitration and mediation, and through their experience have an excellent track record of resolving matters to the benefit of their clients. Contact The Mark Law Firm immediately to learn more about your options through arbitration and mediation. “Contact us” and tell your story, or call us at 908-375-6767.