Mediation can be a welcome option in times of overwhelming conflict.

It’s a simple fact: when faced with major decisions at critical life junctures, finding agreeable solutions for each person involved can make already difficult situations even more challenging. While some may choose arbitration or litigation to resolve their disputes, others find mediation to be a more constructive option. It is a private, voluntary process that allows those who are in the disagreement to determine a mutually agreeable outcome through a process that is both time and cost efficient.

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Whether dealing with divorce, custody or guardianship of children, financial settlements, property issues or facing the difficult decisions regarding aging parents, each person has a voice so each point of view can be given respectful consideration.