Got Conflict? Mediate

Mediation offers an opportunity for parties to informally communicate their views and address complex issues, while empowering them to achieve their own dynamic resolution as opposed to being bound by the many inflexibilities of a litigated process. Learn More

You’re in the Driver’s Seat

By choosing to mediate, parties have a greater degree of control and predictability of the outcome in ways that are often not possible in a win/lose decision-making process of traditional litigation. Learn More

The Sandwich Generation

A new generation of people who are “sandwiched” between their aging parents and their own children, and possibly grandchildren. Eldercare mediation can assist families in navigating the complexities of aging parents. Learn More

Arbitration

Arbitration is an alternative dispute resolution option in which parties agree to resolve their disputes through a neutral third party (arbitrator) without going to court. Parties present their testimony and any evidence to the arbitrator for a decision/award on their dispute. Learn More