Resolve disputes efficiently, without litigation, and with an outcome of your choosing.
Using Zoom and DocuSign, the entire mediation process can be handled remotely, removing the barrier of location between the mediator and other parties.
We help you look at your dispute and allow you to understand and evaluate risks and interests that you might not see in a fight or litigation world.
We navigate around overworked court systems due to the pandemic to achieve resolutions more quickly and less expensively.
We keep the process moving forward, and coordinate a specific date for mediation, with counsel and all necessary decision-makers.
We offer a confidential process to protect information from being used against you in court if mediation doesn’t provide a resolution.
We let you problem-solve creatively in ways that may not be possible in litigation.
Questions to Ask
To get through the upheaval in the court system lately, we must be transparent and open to conversation. Mediation service compares the best- and worst-case scenarios between achieving a voluntary resolution and continuing to court. Here are factors to consider:
Do you really want to settle this dispute, or do you simply want to prove that the other person is “wrong”?
Exactly what do you want to settle this dispute? Is it all monetary, or are there other considerations that will help reach a settlement?
If you end up in court, a judge may require you to mediate anyway to reduce the time, effort, and expense required by the court system.
What will it cost you in time, money and stress to go to court?
If you prevail in court, how will you collect?
How long, under the current circumstances, will it take to get relief from litigation?
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If you’re experiencing business-related conflicts resulting from contractual agreements in a franchise operation, a homeowners association, intellectual property, lease, partnership, employer, or vendor, reach out for a free consultation. The sooner you get started, the sooner you’ll be able to move on.