MEDIATOR (WORKPLACE & CIVIL)

Evening and weekend hours available for the
flexibility of clients.

Workplace Disputes

There are two different types of employment disputes that are ripe for mediation - before a legal complaint is filed (workplace) and afterwards (employment).

As a proactive measure, companies are deciding to contract with third-party mediators to facilitate workplace discussions between disputing parties before the conflict becomes a formal matter (or even after, but before a legal complaint). This service includes getting to the foundation of the conflict, analyzing options for resolution, and summarizing next steps.

By the time disputes have escalated to complaints filed with the EEOC or litigation in civil courts, both parties are looking to settle the dispute expeditiously and avoid rising legal costs. Mediation creates a safe space for parties to come to a reasonable resolution at the facilitation of a neutral who is confidential, has state employment law knowledge, and excellent negotiation skills. This avenue of alternative dispute resolution saves time, money, and emotional stress, as well as reducing brand damage.

Contact In Agreement Dispute Resolution to learn more about Workplace or Employment Mediation services that are skillful, impartial and confidential.

Evening and weekend hours available for the
flexibility of clients.

Civil Disputes

Sometimes courts will order parties to seek mediation for their dispute in hopes that both parties can come to an agreement without going to trial. In this case, having an experienced neutral who is skilled at negotiating and facilitating can make or break the potential of a settlement.

Contact In Agreement Dispute Resolution to learn more about Mediation services that are skillful, impartial and confidential.

Evening and weekend hours available for the
flexibility of clients.

Family Disputes

Need a trained professional to help mediate the conflict between you and your ex in a divorce settlement? What about a family business?


Book below to get the support of a Family Mediator without the high cost of an attorney.