Mediation Services

Mediation can help reduce legal fees because you create your agreement with a mediator who treats both of you as an individual in a respectful and confidential manner. The communications between you and your mediator are priviliged and confidential.

Many couples discuss the following topic examples which can include but are not limited to:
  • The division of the marital estate, homes, furniture, vehicles, as well as household goods, and other property
  • The division of assets and debts
  • The family business
  • Parenting plans involving decisions about the minor children, access, visitation, child support, custody, and possession times
  • Pets
  • Retirement plans
  • Spousal Support
  • If you are in a marriage, partnership, what many people call their common-law marriage, or a cohabitating situation, you might need help to facilitate conversation between you. Call us to find out if we can help you resolve your conflict. 
Mediators handle a vast arena of topics including civil conflicts with neighbors, businesses, medical, auto-health-home insurance disputes, partnerships,  and many more disputes. People who find themselves in the center of these situations may not always need to continue or maintain a future relationship, but they do want to prevent litigation expenses. Mediators play an important role to facilitate the communication between these clients. The list below is not all-inclusive, but these topics are some common civil disagreements:
  • Business partnerships
  • Intellectual Property Disputes
  • Contractual Agreement Problems
  • Employer and Employee Issues
  • Insurance Disputes
  • Medical Malpractice Disputes
  • Wrongful-Death Disputes
  • Neighbor-Problem Disputes
  • Community Problems
  • Small Claims for $10,000 or less
  • Larger Claims greater than $10,000
  • Consumer and Contractor Problems
  • and so many more
Families do not always agree, so from time to time, a little help is needed to resolve the disagreements that could tear a family apart. Family issues can involve anything that is about to ruin your family relationships. Some topic examples include:
  • Sibling Rivalries
  • Spouses or couples who want to keep their relationships
  • Care for Parents who are either still married or divorced
  • Elder Care
  • The Family Business
  • Wills and Probate
  • Financial Interests
  • Family Property
  • Adult Children Disputes, and more