Please fill out the Mediation Intake form. Provide a full explanation as to your brief on the issues as you see it. Then fill out the Mediation Issues Form and follow the instructions. Then send to:firstname.lastname@example.org
The Mediator covers most of the United States and some foreign sites. All sessions are confidential.
Business Mediation - $250 per hour, scheduled 4 hour sessions Workplace / Employment Disputes - $250 per hour, scheduled 4 hour sessions Family Mediation - $250 per one hour session, scheduled 4 hour sessions.
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Member of Association of Conflict Resolution
SOLVING PROBLEMS CONFIDENTIALLY Evening and Weekend Sessions Available
DEFINITION: A form of alternative dispute resolution in which the involved parties bring their dispute to a neutral third party, who helps them agree on a settlement; mediation is generally nonbinding, unless the parties agree to a resulting settlement.
PRIVATE MEDIATION: The process of mediation is use in both business and family disputes and conflicts. Mediation has an 85% success rate in resolving conflicts by working with each party to resolve their differences. Mediation is a less costly process then going through the court systems in litigation. Families are able to work out fair separation and parenting plans for their children. Setting rules in the communication and co-parenting.
Businesses often find conflict overwhelming for small businesses to come up with the time, money, and expertise to cope with a relatively minor disputes or partner disputes. The cost of legal time is overwhelming at best.
Mediation is a very efficient and effective way to resolve disputes and build community among families, business people, customers, staff and neighbors.
LEGAL:At no time will the Mediator provide you with legal advice or opinion, nor will he/she act as either party’s attorney. It is advisable that if you have a legal question for you to submit that legal issue to your legal counsel. It is also important to note that this process is voluntary and either party may walk away from mediation at any time.
All conversations held with all parties in session or in private to the mediation are confidential. The mediator will only relay information or proposals to the other party with your permission. All documents provided to me will be destroyed upon reaching an agreement to the dispute. If no agreement is made, I\the Mediator will write a letter stating that we met in mediation and the parties were not able to come to an agreement.
RESULTS: The vast majority of meditations result in a settlement. If your mediation is successful, you'll leave with a signed agreement, or, at the very least, a signed memorandum setting out what you and the other party have agreed to. You have the choice of making the agreement enforceable in court or not - many people want to be able to ask a judge to enforce the settlement in the future if the other party doesn't live up to the agreement. If you don't reach a resolution in mediation, you haven't lost anything. If nothing less, you've probably learned a lot about how the other person or organization sees the problem. You still have the option of taking legal action if that's what you feel you need to do.