Dispute Resolution Analysis

I, as a professional Dispute Resolution Analyst and consultant or neutral third person offer this Service to facilitate a single client (consultant) or a set of clients (neutral third person) in their effort to resolve their dispute. This Service can also be customized to facilitate decision-making and problem-solving.

For example, I can facilitate clients in assessing their resolution readiness before they decide which dispute resolution process to pursue. And, whichever process clients decide to pursue, they will enter that process better prepared after having engaged in Dispute Resolution Analysis with Andrews Dispute Resolution™. I can also facilitate advocates in more fully informing their clients about Negotiation, Mediation, and a broader analysis of their dispute and its resolution.

Dispute Resolution Analysis is a private, confidential, and voluntary process that does not create an attorney-client or professional relationship. During Dispute Resolution Analysis, I provide neither legal, financial, therapeutic or other professional advice nor legal analysis with respect to clients’ legal positions or rights. Clients should neither act nor refrain from acting on the basis of Dispute Resolution Analysis without seeking the appropriate legal or other professional advice on the particular facts and circumstances of their dispute and from an attorney or other professional licensed in their state or country. 

The Dispute Resolution Analysis Service enables clients remote online around-the-clock access from a variety of computing and mobile devices, flexibility, convenience, comfort, privacy, efficiency, and effectiveness. My Client Portal provides clients convenient and secure access to the platforms and process tailored to the Services in which they are engaged with Andrews Dispute Resolution™. 

To learn more about the exceptional client opportunity and experience at Andrews Dispute Resolution™, please Contact me and I would be delighted to discuss how I can help you refine resolution of your dispute.

We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.

— Albert Einstein