Juridical Solutions PLC provides professional, efficient, and prompt ADR services to help you solve problems and settle your dispute.  The retired Judges of JS are committed to being trustworthy neutrals who listen, understand, and respond to your needs.

Mediation is an alternative to a Courtroom trial where a Judge or Jury decides the outcome of your dispute.  The retired Judges of JS are neutral facilitators (mediators) who help you settle your  case on your terms.  Court is public; mediation is private and confidential.  Court is formal and restricted to certain evidence; mediation is more wholistic.  Court requires expensive preparation; mediation is generally less expensive.
Unlike mediation, in an arbitration you submit your dispute to a neutral (the arbitrator) who decides the case based on the law and the factual evidence.  The retired Judges of JS are uniquely qualified, through years of service on the bench, to listen carefully to witnesses, consider arguments of counsel, and analyze the law, coming to a fair and grounded decision. When parties agree to arbitrate, the arbitration decision is binding.
Sometimes parties agree to mediate a dispute, begin the process with a JS neutral, and reach a sticking point.  At that crossroad, you can decide to change to Arbitration, and submit a single issue or the entire case for a binding Arbitration decision.

Meet Jaima!

A big welcome to our new Administrator, Jaima McReynolds.  A native of Petersburg, Jaima lives in the Fan District and recently became a licensed Virginia Realtor.  She enjoys competitive volleyball at the Richmond Volleyball Club, sewing, and playing the...

Juridical Solutions PLC

Juridical Solutions PLC provides professional, efficient, and prompt ADR services to help you solve problems and settle your dispute.  The retired Judges of JS are committed to being trustworthy neutrals who listen, understand, and respond to your needs.

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