• Helping Parties Find Common Ground

    Working Toward A Mutually Beneficial And Tailored Outcome To Resolve A Dispute.


Mediation may be used for:

  • Pre-litigation Negotiation

  • Personal

  • Eldercare
    and Estates

  • Contract Disputes

  • Workplace Concerns

  • Tenant
    Landlord Issues


Family Law

From a divorce settlement to a custody arrangement to estate resolution, mediation allows you to craft a beneficial resolution to a dispute while keeping the process of resolution non-adversarial and the temperature low in a high-pressure situation.

A mediator can remain a neutral party even in the most difficult of situations and remain incentivized to let both parties walk away feeling heard and with respect.

Commercial Disputes

Commercial disputes can include contract issues, tenant/landlord negotiations, or commercial building issues.  It also encompasses personal injury due to the negligence of others.

If you’ve been hurt in a car wreck, mediation may be your path to satisfactory healing and recovery.

Controlled Outcomes

Like a surgeon using a scalpel instead of a meat cleaver, mediation is a precise option to resolve a case in a non-adversarial, non-accusatory way.

Never leave your outcome in the hands of a judge who won’t know you and has a polaroid shot of your case instead of the entire movie it encompasses. Come to the table with dignity and commitment and walk away with peace of mind.

Fiscally Sound

Mediation is much less expensive than litigation. Never waste your resources on litigation when you may be able to reach a resolution without the court costs!

Save yourself both money and time by finding a middle ground that you can appreciate and live with.


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