Mediator Consulting Services:
- Online Mediator
- Conflict Coach
- Estate Planner
- Mediation Consultant
- Mediating Lawyer
WHY CHOOSE MEDIATION OVER ARBITRATION OR LITIGATION?
What is the best way to handle a conflict, dispute or misunderstanding with a business associate? Clearly, if you start litigation or arbitration you have created an adversarial situation. Each side will draw “lines in the sand” and the lawyers will begin the battle. Both sides quickly spend a great deal of time and money on the fight. More important, is it likely that either party will ever want to do business with the other in the future? The answer is, probably not.
Mediation is a different process with a totally different goal. That goal is to reach a mutually acceptable compromise. Each side may have to give up a little; however, it can be a positive situation because it should be a “win-win” result. If each party can listen to the other then a future business relationship (either business or personal) is quite possible. The mediator is a neutral person who assists the parties to understand each side and then to find a workable solution to the impasse.
TYPES OF DISPUTES
Set forth below is a partial list of disputes where mediation might bring a positive outcome to a conflict, dispute, disagreement, and/or misunderstanding:
- Commercial Landlord-Tenant
- General Partners – Limited Partners
- Family Business Owners – Their Children
- Trustees – Beneficiary(ies)
- Corporation Management – Their Shareholders
- Attorney – Client(s)
- Accountant – Client(s)
- Business Manager – Client
- Buyer-Sellers of Real Estate
- Co-Owners of Real Estate
HOW TO SELECT A MEDIATOR
The person you select should have a great deal of experience dealing with the subject matter of the disagreement Generally, it takes years and years to learn the background with respect to the areas of the disputes set forth above. Therefore, it is logical to find a mediator who knows the ins and outs of the topic(s) involved. There is no substitute for practical “real world” experience.
Call us today (310) 266-0506
and let us help you find a “win-win”
solution to an ongoing dispute.