What is Arbitration?

Arbitration is an expedited process in which a third-party arbitrator — often a seasoned attorney or retired judge — hears evidence in the case and makes a determination of disputed matters. Arbitration may be binding or nonbinding, but most of the individuals who choose the Vaught Law Firm choose binding arbitration in which the decision of the arbitrator is the final determination of disputed matters.

You Can Resolve Divorce Through Arbitration

The Vaught Law Firm is pleased to offer arbitration services on behalf of attorneys and their clients who are going through the process of divorce or another family law matter. If you are involved in a contested family law matter in Central Texas and require the assistance of an experienced arbitrator, we encourage you to consider the Vaught Law Firm.

Why Choose Arbitration?

Attorneys and their clients involved in a contested divorce or other contested family law matters choose arbitration as an alternative to trial because it offers the benefits of speed, efficiency and privacy. An added benefit is that individuals subject to the arbitration may agree upon an arbitrator who they know and respect.

Why Choose Vaught Law Firm?

All arbitrations at our firm are handled by attorney Jimmy Vaught, an experienced family law attorney with a reputation for integrity and professionalism. Jimmy is a certified arbitrator by the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers.

Jimmy Vaught is an experienced family law attorney who is respected by peers in the legal community. He is a fellow in the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and has previously been listed for inclusion in Texas Super Lawyers magazine. As an arbitrator, Jimmy Vaught is known for his attention to detail and even-handedness.

Contact Us to Learn More

To learn more about the arbitration services offered by the Vaught Law Firm, contact our law office in Austin, Texas. To speak with Jimmy Vaught about his arbitration services, call 512-342-9980, or contact us through the online form.

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