Arbitration

      When you take a case to court, the state judicial branch resolves your dispute. Each side presents its case, and the judge decides the outcome. When you take a case to arbitration, a private and neutral person resolves your dispute. Each side presents its case, and the arbiter decides the outcome.

      Toussaint & Coaty attorneys also have valuable experience and training in arbitration. The advantages of arbitration over Litigation or Mediation include the following:

  • Arbitration takes place in private. The record can remain private, rather than being part of the public record of a court case.
  • You have good reason to believe that the case will be resolved by the arbitration. It will not be continued because the courthouse became too busy that day. It will not fail to be resolved because the parties could not reach an agreement in mediation.
  • You can set the arbitration for the location and time that best suits the parties. You are not limited to courthouse hours.

Arbitration is appropriate for many types of cases:

      For additional information about our ability to assist you with arbitration, please contact Toussaint & Coaty, P.C. in Evergreen, Colorado.