Civil Disputes

Whether it's a neighbor, a co-worker, a result of a car crash or baby mama drama, mediation is a much better way to handle your dispute.  The cost is considerably less and you have much more control of your outcome.

Learn More

Employment Disputes

Whether it's an employment contractual dispute or an issue with your boss, mediation is the way to go.  Parties who mediate their differences are able to attend to the fine details of implementation. Negotiated or mediated agreements can include specially tailored procedures for how the decisions will be carried out.

Learn More

Family Disputes

Many disputes occur in the context of relationships that will continue over future years. A mediated settlement that addresses all parties' interests can often preserve a working relationship in ways that would not be possible in a win/lose decision-making procedure. Mediation can also make the termination of a relationship more amicable.

Learn More

You Be The Judge

Mediation allows the parties to determine their own settlement.  Parties who negotiate their own settlements have more control over the outcome of their dispute. Gains and losses are more predictable in a mediated settlement than they would be if a case is arbitrated or adjudicated.  People who negotiate their own settlements often feel more powerful than those who use surrogate advocates, such as lawyers, to represent them. Mediation negotiations can provide a forum for learning about and exercising personal power or influence.

 

Honey vs vinegar post.001

Next Steps...

Get started with mediation to avoid adjudication by a court.  Empower yourself to resolve your issue today.  Call our Mediators at (772) 497-6481.