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While the goal of mediation is for the parties to arrive at a workable solution, small conflicts can arise during the process. When a communication issue arises, the mediator will use various strategies to help the parties move forward.
Mediation offers a supportive environment in which family law disputes may be resolved. Many people who participate in mediation report feeling more in control over their futures, as the collaborative process allows the parties themselves to determine the outcome.
As we move into the second half of 2021, we can expect to see an uptick in business litigation activity, as companies and employees are scrambling to resolve a slew of pandemic-induced disputes. Call a skilled business litigation attorney today to learn more.
Many business disputes can be resolved long before the term “litigation” is mentioned. By adopting clear communication practices, keeping and organizing all written documents, and consulting with a business lawyer, you can minimize the risk of costly litigation.
Launching a new business involves numerous considerations, particularly when it comes to intellectual property. By putting founding and operating agreements in writing and exploring dispute resolution options ahead of time, you can launch your startup with greater confidence.
Whether you are struggling with a family law or business dispute, mediation offers several benefits. While litigation often concludes with one party prevailing over the other, mediation allows the disputing parties to collaborate, negotiate, and work together to reach a common goal.