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Lawyers in Mallorca specialized in Resolution of conflicts outside of court

Resolution of conflicts outside of court

A collection of methods and approaches known as "out-of-court dispute resolution" are employed to settle disagreements and confrontations between parties outside of the legal system or through litigation. It is an alternate strategy that looks for cooperative, amicable solutions that are advantageous to all parties.

All parties involved may benefit from this method of dispute resolution since it can be less time-consuming, costly, and stressful than going to court. This strategy can also assist in maintaining commercial ties and avoiding the public exposure that often comes with litigation.

At Capllonch Advocats, we look for any holes or inadequacies in the business's records or procedures that might eventually give rise to legal issues.

Lastly, we make suggestions on how the business might reduce or eliminate the risks that have been identified.

Among the more popular methods for resolving disputes without going to court are:

(The term "extrajudicial resolution of conflicts" refers to a range of methods and approaches employed by parties to settle disputes outside of court or through litigation.)

At Capllonch Advocats, we specialize in creating strategies that effectively prevent lawsuits by resolving problems that frequently occur between administrators, partners, employees, and other parties within businesses.

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When the parties get together, they try to negotiate a solution that satisfies their respective demands and interests


In order to help the parties communicate and understand one another and come to a negotiated agreement that serves their respective needs and interests, a mediator—a neutral third party—works with them.

Making amends

The conciliator, an impartial third party, serves as a go-between for the parties, assisting them in coming up with original and advantageous solutions to end the disagreement.


After hearing the arguments from both parties, a third impartial party known as the arbitrator renders a legally binding ruling that puts an end to the dispute.

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