Mediation is for (Almost) Everyone
While mediation is almost always a better alternative to court, mediation isn't for litigants alone. A skilled mediator can make all the difference when helping to resolve disputes with your teen, sister, best friend,
co-worker, employer, tenant, landlord, neighbor, contractor, mechanic
. . . almost anyone.
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What is Mediation Like?
Mediation is an informal get-together with the person or persons with whom you are experiencing conflict. With the help of a trained and neutral mediator, you are afforded an opportunity to explain your point of view, clarify any misunderstandings, listen, explore options, and negotiate an agreement.
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What is Mediation?
Mediation is assisted negotiation.
"Very helpful service. Helped me to see both sides."
Quotes from Phyllis Roestenberg's Mediation Evaluations:
"[I learned] that things can be worked out through sitting down and talking."
"Even though I went into mediation not believing there could be a compromise - there was."
"I thought it was perfect -"
"[I learned] that an unbiased third party is capable of assisting in conflict resolution without emotional or personal involvement. In our case that was a skill that was required."
"[Phyllis Roestenberg] was professional and fair."