Civil Dispute Mediation

Civil Disputes Mediation is a diplomatic way for two disagreeing parties to come to a resolution that is fair. Basically, both parties compromise and settle for an equal solution. Secondly, using mediation as an alternative to the court system saves both parties a lot of costly fees.

Civil mediation is a valuable tool for resolving all kinds of disputes that can be the subject of litigation, including business disputes, employment disputes, intellectual property disputes, construction disputes, medical malpractice disputes, personal injury disputes, probate disputes and public policy disputes. Mediation saves money and time and enables the parties to preserve their relationship when the relationship is important as, for example, it might be for businesses that are in conflict. Mediation also allows the parties to control the outcome and the risk and to design their own solutions, including solutions that a court may not be able to produce. An effective mediator can facilitate the discussions and help the parties focus on their interests and on options to meet all of the interests well enough to create an agreement.
Are you or someone you know having a civil disputes Contact A Matter of Mediation to mediate the dispute.

Some civil mediation disputes include:

* Business disagreements
* Labor disputes
* Intellectual property violations
* Construction contract disputes
* Malpractice disputes
* Personal injury disputes
* Will probate disputes

Mediation saves valuable relationship. There are always disputes and business mediation solves these conflicts with preserving the business relationship for future association. Some business disputes that mediation lawyers handle include: employment disputes, contract disputes, taxes, construction, insurance, mergers and lease agreements.

Litigation can be expensive and stressful. Use a mediator for civil disputes.

Advantages of civil mediation include:

* The parties in conflict control the outcome of their dispute
* Discussion and resolution of any issue
* Promoting communication
* Promoting corporation
* Costs that are less than litigation.