Early Neutral Evaluation will provide you with an initial assessment of the merits of a case. An independent (usually legally qualified) person, who expresses an opinion on the merits of the issues would evaluate the case. This opinion is non-binding but provides an unbiased evaluation and guidance as to the likely outcome should the case be heard in court. The advantage of this is that if the parties agree with the evaluation then court proceedings may be avoided and both your time and costs are saved.
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