Have You Received a “Notice of Client’s Right to Arbitration?”
You have received this “Notice” in the mail because your attorney feels that you haven’t paid your bill.
And by law, your attorney must notify you first that you can participate in our Fee Arbitration Program before he or she tries to take you to court. That is why you received this notice.
What can you do? You can participate in our program now to help solve this dispute without going to court. Court can be expensive and stressful and take up a lot of your time.
If you received this Notice, you can choose to participate before your lawyer can take you to court. This program helps hundreds of people in the community resolve fee disputes every year. Participate!
- Your Administrative Fee for Filing a Request
- Steps & Documentation
- Preparing for Your Hearing
- What Happens After Your Hearing
Important Note on Participation
If you choose to ignore the “Notice” completely, or do not respond by filing a “Request by Client for Arbitration of a Fee Dispute” within 30 days of receiving the Notice, you will lose your right to arbitrate under this program.
Fee Arbitration Program
The Fee Arbitration Program is designed to help you resolve a fee dispute with your attorney without going to court.
The lawyers and other professionals involved in this program have a strong commitment toward assisting the public. They have volunteered their time and expertise to help you resolve your fee dispute without going to court.
There is an administrative fee to file your request and documentation, but going to court is certain to cost much more. Save time, money and hassle. Participate!