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Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Service

Toronto Accounting Professionals Offering Effective Alternative Dispute Resolution Services

Part of running a business means managing disputes when they arise. While the occasional disagreement is inevitable, the method for resolution does not necessarily have to be fighting it out in court. In fact, there are alternative methods of dispute resolution that can be highly beneficial to business professionals.

At Sloan Partners LLP, we offer mediation and arbitration services designed to help the local business community resolve matters quickly, amicably and cost-effectively. Our partner Irving Feldman has over 45 years in the accounting field and is a member of both the ADR Institute of Ontario and Canada. Irving serves on the Board and is the Treasurer of the ADR Institute of Ontario, is a Qualified Mediator (Q.MED) and the President of our firm’s dispute resolution and mediation practice.

Achieve Win-Win Solutions Through Alternative Dispute Resolution

We specialize in the full range of financial mediation and arbitration services for the business community, including shareholder disputes, debtor/creditor negotiations, as well as family estate and succession planning conflicts.

We offer the following services:

  • Mediation
  • Arbitration
  • Early Neutral Evaluation

What is Alternative Dispute Resolution?

Alternative Dispute Resolution, or ADR, lets parties settle their disputes in an informal venue and is often a less expensive and faster resolution method than traditional litigation. ADR is also a private resolution method, which can be especially attractive to businesses who do not wish to have a public record of the finer details of their dispute, as can happen with litigation. Lastly, ADR is extremely customizable, meaning that the parties can schedule the process as it suits them, without worrying about the availability of our already-overloaded court system.

What is Mediation?

Parties in dispute choose a mediator, an impartial third party, who helps them reach a mutually acceptable settlement by facilitating negotiation and discussion of the issue(s) at hand. If both parties are committed to reaching a settlement through mediation, the skill of the mediator can help them reach a solution in a short period of time. Mediation can be carried out in person, or remotely using teleconference technology. This can be especially helpful for parties who are not located geographically close to one another.

What is Arbitration?

Parties in dispute refer their disagreement to a mutually acceptable, knowledgeable, independent third party – an Arbitrator – agreeing in advance to be bound by the arbitrator’s decision. Although some disputes, by their very nature, can only be settled by litigation, the majority can be settled by arbitration, with significant benefits to all parties involved. Arbitration provides the benefit of a final settlement of the issue(s) while also allowing for privacy and customization of the process itself.

Contact Sloan Partners LLP in Toronto for Experienced and Effective ADR Services

While it can be difficult to escape business and financial disputes altogether, resolving them does not have to be a painful process. At Sloan Partners LLP, we offer a full suite of alternative dispute resolution services for a variety of disputes including business, estate and debtor/creditor matters. We will work with you to achieve an effective resolution of your matter so you can put it behind you and move on to better things.

We are conveniently located in North York, close to three major highways. To schedule a consultation with one of our knowledgeable accounting professionals, please reach out to us online or call us at 416-665-7735.

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