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Bringing over 35 years of experience to the just, speedy and inexpensive resolution of disputes

in Northeast Pennsylvania

through impartial fact-finding, mediation, and arbitration

About ADR and JUST RESOLUTIONS

If you have a dispute, you can take it to court and, two years later, get a decision. And then face post-trial

motions and appeals. Or you can resolve on your terms on your schedule outside the courtroom.

"Arbitration" uses a neutral, independent person to hear evidence and argument

and make a decision that is binding on everyone.

"Mediation" uses a neutral, independent person to help both sides 

come to an agreement among themselves that is written and binding on everyone.


Both alternatives are faster and less expensive than trials in court.

Whether either one works depends greatly upon the 

training, experience, independence and integrity 

of the person you choose to help you resolve your dispute.

HERE IS SOME INFORMATION YOU MIGHT FIND HELPFUL ABOUT ADR

Tobey was asked by Community Associations Institute (CAI), the national association of planned communities, to explain ADR.  In a discussion with CAI's executive director, Tobey explains:

The Basics of ADR

How ADR Works

The Five Most Important Things To Consider

And here is something he wrote about mediation:

TEN REASONS MEDIATION IS BETTER

HERE IS SOME INFORMATION YOU MIGHT FIND HELPFUL ABOUT TOBEY

ABOUT THE LOGO

The logo for Just Resolutions is a combination of images:

It begins with "Ω"  - the Greek letter "omega." It is the last letter of the Greek alphabet and

the international symbol meaning "the end" (as in the phrase "alpha and omega"). 

When positioned above a line, the omega forms an "=" as its base, representing equality and balance. 

The two images combine into the Zodiak symbol for "Libra," the Scales, which is the symbol of justice.