List of reference materials and tools available to aid neutrals and parties in understanding the mediation process, identifying types of communication, negotiation styles, and reaching mutual agreements.

Cost of Mediation Services
Mediation costs significantly less than taking a case to court.  The fees for our mediation services are transparent and all inclusive.

. . . Parties typically split the cost of mediation.  Sliding Fees are based on total income.  Court ordered mediation fees may be applicable . . .

Available Services
  • Employee and Labor Disputes
  • General and Civil Disputes
  • Contract Disputes
  • Family Disputes
  • Landlord and Tenant Disputes
  • Personal and Real Property Disputes
  • Neighbor and Community Disputes
Dispute Resolution
Agreements are written down and are considered to be legally binding. Call or e-mail us now to see how we can help you or book your introductory meeting.  
About Mediation
Mediation is a process that assists people in making decisions and agreeing on practical solutions to resolve disputes.
How Does It Work?
Mediation begins with an assessment after which the parties and the mediator decide if mediation can address your dispute.                                                                             
If everyone agrees to move ahead the mediator facilitates a discussion in a safe, neutral environment.

Identifying the issues, finding workable solutions, and committing to put them in place, can lead to a successful agreement and everyone moving forward.

Deciding if mediation is right for you is risk free.  Follow the link and schedule time for a free consultation.                                                        "Give mediation a try!"