Mediate Before You Litigate
Michael Lodge, NCPM, CRTP: Mediation is a process of bringing to opposite sides together, with a mediator, to resolve a dispute or conflict. I have mediated business issues, family issues, and marriage issues. These issues all involve the process of listening, coming to the table with a good explanation and having some options to put on the table. The Mediator guides the process through so each side understands the other sides position, and there is the ability to move forward. Everything is kept confidential, there are no public court records in mediation. Plus, the costs are way lower then going to court and battling it out. I love mediation and working with my clients.
If you have a conflict or dispute, book a 30 minute free consultation with me by going to: www.lodge-co.com
Pros of Mediation
Where Are The Peace-Keepers?
Unmarried With Children
Finding Solutions In Mediation
Mediate Your Family Issues Privately
Mediating Your Business Dispute
Michael Lodge, NCPM, CRTP: In dealing with business clients, I have had this happen a lot. Two individuals form a business, they set everything up to make it a legal entity, but never agree on who is in charge, who will make the decisions, and then they run off in different directions. What happens next - conflict. Both stop talking to each other, and then the disruption of the business affects everyone in the business. Then I get a call for help. I am happy they call for help because that means they want the business to continue. But sometimes the call comes too late and it becomes harder to put the pieces back together. However - it can be done through mediation. But, both decision makers must sit down with the mediator and establish what should have happened at the beginning of the business. Mediate your business disputes. If you would like to schedule an appointment go to www.lodge-co.com
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Michael Lodge is a Nationally Certified Professional Mediator specializing in business disputes, as well as family conflicts. He has written three books and hosts an international podcast on IHeartRadio and other podcast media stations.