When It’s Over,
It’s time to move on
When It’s Over,
It’s Time To Move On
Our Approach To Mediation
We believe that the full disclosure process needs to be completed before the mediation process commences, unless it is a custody matter. We help parties reach settlements, but we do not give legal advice, we strongly encourage each party to hire independent counsel of their own choosing. We do not give referrals other than to provide a link to the Calbar website page of Certified Family Law Specialists. The process is confidential and we cannot be called as a witness. An agreement between the parties is always preferable to a judicial decision, because you can control and craft the outcome and therefore have a vested interest in the making the mediated agreement a successful one.
Helping businesses and individuals resolve their legal disputes amicably
With mediation, in can help you obtain the best possible settlements while preserving amicable relationships. We have extensive experience helping clients throughout to resolve their legal issues through this means of alternative dispute resolution. Mediation gives you control over the process and can often provide more expedient, predictable results than going to trial.
Whenever your legal issue lends itself to a mediated resolution, we are fully prepared to represent your interests, saving you the time and expense of litigation.
Preserving relationships through alternative dispute resolution
In many cases, both parties are best served when they establish a cordial relationship. Through the structured process of mediation, you can set aside hostility and agree on key points. Mediation can be a highly effective tool for you to preserve the stability and well-being of employment, community or business relationships during the turbulent process of litigation or prior to filing a lawsuit. The predictability of mediation reduces the stress of legal conflicts and puts important decisions in your hands rather than in the court’s power.
Contact a strong mediator to help you resolve your disputes
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