Dispute Resolution Victoria
Dispute Resolution Victoria is a boutique professional dispute resolution practice handling all civil and commercial disputes.
We are dedicated to fair, neutral and cost-effective dispute resolution - providing all parties with the very best opportunity to resolve their disputes in a protected and confidential environment.
We listen carefully and help parties to build agreed, fair and lasting outcomes. We are not a law firm and do not provide legal advice to nor against any disputing parties as such.
Our NMAS accredited mediation services can be delivered at an agreed venue, at your location or online.
Let us help you to resolve your disputes and avoid the costs, delay and uncertainty inherent in Court litigation.
For more information or general inquiries, feel free to get in touch today.
“In the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity.” – Albert Einstein
Sammy Bektas B.Ec. LL.B. (Monash); LL.M. (Dual Major in Dispute Resolution and Commercial Litigation)
NMAS Nationally Accredited Mediator
Mediator Standards Board registered #103-5972
Member, ADRA Australian Dispute Resolution Association
Non-Practising Affiliate Member, Law Institute of Victoria
Silver Member, Master Builders Association of Victoria
Award Recipient, Certificate of High Achievement, The College of Law
Sam founded Dispute Resolution Victoria with the aim of channelling his own extensive professional experience and energy towards helping people and business resolve their civil and commercial disputes efficiently and effectively - saving time and resources, avoiding litigation and preserving continuing relationships if possible.
As an impartial NMAS Accredited Mediator, ADRA Member and dispute resolution professional, Sam is committed to help parties in their desire to build creative, fair and lasting solutions to their problems, retain their control over the process and avoid an imposed, delayed and more expensive Court outcome, where possible.
In his spare time, Sam enjoys time raising his young family, tennis, cycling and restoring cars.
“The courts of this country should not be the places where resolution of disputes begins. They should be the places where the disputes end after alternative methods of resolving disputes have been considered and tried.” — Sandra Day O’Connor, (retired lawyer and judge, US Supreme Court)