Benefits of ADR
Over the last decade, ADR has gained traction in New Jersey. Lawyers and judges have offered ADR as a preferred mode of dispute resolution rather than a mere substitute or alternative to the formal judicial system.
The ADR process is party friendly, time-bound, and confidential. ADR permits the parties to attain a final and binding decision in a shorter timeline as against long-drawn battles before judges. Using ADR as a primary mode of dispute resolution, as opposed to a mere alternative, is now the need of the hour. This will also result in decongesting the court system and bring about much-needed relief to the judiciary, which is overburdened.