What does ADR provide?
Flexibility: You have more room for creative problem-solving when you resolve your dispute with the help of a third party. You can work together to arrive at a solution that meets the needs of all the parties involved.
Maintaining Relationships. Disputes often involve parties that have a working or a family relationship. Often, you’ll need those relationships to continue to work or live together after the dispute is resolved. ADR methods encourage people to work together at resolving the disagreement which will improve relationships and even potentially lead to fewer disputes in the future.
Agreements that Last. Parties are more likely to commit and comply with an agreement if they helped design it instead of having it imposed on them.
Control. You will have more control over both the process and the outcome.
Lower Cost and Time Requirement. ADR might save you time and money, generally, it is an easier process to navigate than the court system.