What is Mediation?

Mediation brings a third party into a disagreement, someone else who is not part of the conflict, to help come to an understanding and resolution.

  • Using a mediator means that everyone involved can share their side of the story, and usually results in a more cooperative ending, rather than competing to win a court case.
  • Mediation is also much cheaper and faster than using the court system and lawyers, and it uses your schedule.
  • Mediators are also a more private way to resolve disputes, as details are kept to the parties and mediators instead of being shared in a courtroom.

How do I request a Mediation?

Take a few minutes to fill out our mediation request form with some basic details about what you need, who is involved, and what your schedule looks like. We will get back to you with a plan to meet with everyone in the group.

Learn more about the different types of community support we offer.

Types of Mediation

  • 1:1/two-party
  • Small & large groups
  • Divorce/dissolution
  • Landlord-tenant
  • Small claims court
  • Workplace

Outside Resources

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