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Alternative dispute resolution has greatly expanded over the last
several years to include many areas. In addition to the traditional
commercial and private disputes; alternate mediation has become an even
more important first step in the
resolution process. Mediation saves time, money, and the frustration of
litigation in and by the courts.
The primary dispute resolution service available from Dynamic Mediators
is mediation. Mediation is a process in which two or more people
involved in a dispute meet at an agreeable location, in a private,
confidential setting, and with the help of a neutral person (mediator)
work out their own solution to the dispute. Mediators do not make
judgments, express opinions or give legal advice. Instead, they
facilitate communication so the parties can find a solution of their
own. A wide variety of cases can be successfully resolved through
mediation such as neighborhood issues, family and friends (including
pre- and post-divorce), real estate, landlord/tenant, consumer/merchant,
employer/employee, business and small claims, and parent/adolescent
Trial lawyers know
from experience that trials should be the last resort for disputing
parties. To assist people to resolve their lawsuits and disputes out of
court, Dispute Resolution Center of California was formed in 1986. Since
then, over a thousand people have been assisted in the resolution of
their lawsuits and disputes.
Q: What's wrong with using the court system to
A: Nothing, as long as it is the
last resort. As former Chief Justice Warren Burger observed: "The notion
that ordinary people want black-robed judges, well-dressed lawyers and
fine courtrooms as settings to resolve their disputes is not correct.
People with problems, like people with pains, want relief, and they want
it as quickly and inexpensively as possible."
Q: Are there alternatives to judges, juries and
litigation to decide disputes?
A: Yes. It is called Alternative
Dispute Resolution (ADR for short), which is any method by which a
conflict can be put to rest, short of a courtroom trial. It is usually
accomplished by either a private trial, called "arbitration," or
settlement assistance, called "mediation."
If you would like to
schedule a mediation case or discuss whether your case will benefit from
private mediation, call our Dispute Resolution Center at (817)
contact us by email.
Call us today to check our rates
and to schedule your mediation.