Mediation

Discourage litigation. Persuade your neighbors to compromise whenever you can. Point out to them how the nominal winner is often the real loser — in fees, and expenses, and waste of time. As a peace-maker the lawyer has a superior opportunity of being a good man. There will still be business enough.

- Abraham Lincoln

What is Mediation?

Mediation is a private and confidential process in which a neutral third party aids the litigants in resolving the issues in a case. Mediation is confidential in that what is discussed at mediation cannot be used in court and the mediator cannot be called as a witness. More and more, family court judges are requiring that mediation be completed before the parties can have a trial on the merits. The mediator does not have the authority to compel the parties to reach an agreement, but the mediator provides a forum through which the parties can work to reach a compromise. The process gives the parties greater control in the outcome than if they went to trial and turned the decision over to the judge. Generally, the parties are kept separate with the mediator moving back and forth between the litigants.

Parsons, Graham & Day Mediation Method

Parsons, Graham & Day offers a variety of mediation packages and services

Parsons, Graham & Day is proud to offer two mediators and a variety of affordable options to fit any budget. The mediation services also include long-distance and video appearances.

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