Relationship Property Arbitration
Arbitration is the legally binding determination of a dispute in private by a person the parties have chosen as their arbitrator.
Relationship property refers to the property rights of two parties who separate following a marriage, civil union or live-in relationship. For deceased estates it includes the property rights which the parties would have had if one had not died.
Where there is a dispute over relationship property many people choose to resolve it by arbitration rather than court proceedings. I specialise in relationship property arbitration. If you are interested you will probably want answers to the five questions that follow.
|WHAT FAMILY LAW DISPUTES CAN BE ARBITRATED?|
|WILL ARBITRATION BE THE BEST WAY OF RESOLVING THE DISPUTE?|
|HOW DO WE START AN ARBITRATION?|
|WHAT HAPPENS DURING AN ARBITRATION?|
|WHAT WILL AN ARBITRATION COST?|