CLIENT FOCUSED MEDIATOR
Divorce mediation involves a neutral party (the Mediator) working with a divorcing couple to help them reach an agreement on the issues in their case. The issues can be about child support, custody and visitation, dividing property and spousal support. A Mediator is not a judge. He or she helps the couple reach a voluntary agreement
Many divorcing parents use mediation to work out agreements on matters like parenting time, child support, alimony, division of assets, and other issues that are impacted by their separation. The mediator and both parents will meet as a group during joint sessions; some mediators may elect to have a one-on-one meeting with each parent to build trust and help them each prepare for the group meetings.
The number of sessions it takes to finalize the process varies for each situation, but the end goal for many involved in family mediation is to prepare a parenting agreement that can be presented to the court for approval. While this process may not be without difficult moments, mediation can prove to be less painful and leave both parents feeling more satisfied with the results moving forward.
Workplace conflict is inevitable when employees of various backgrounds and different work styles are brought together for a shared business purpose. Conflict can—and should—be managed and resolved. My job as a neutral is to assist both parties to come to a mutual agreement.
Below are some of the areas’ that fall in this category:
FLSA, EEO, ADA, FMLA
Small Claims and Civil
10,000 and under (call for pricing)
Civil cases that have been filed in the JP courts, district courts or county courts at law fall in this category. Cases that would fall in the jurisdiction of each court are also appropriate for mediation before the cases are filed with the court. The amount in dispute must be under $50,000.
A small claims case is a lawsuit brought for the recovery of money damages, civil penalties, personal property, or other relief allowed by law. The claim can be for no more than $10,000.
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Please note, we are not acting as your attorneys, lawyers, or giving legal advice. If we accept your case, we will be acting as your Arbitrators. If you wish to continue, please let RTR know.
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