People disagree. It just happens. Businesses that have worked together for years might unexpectedly find themselves at an impasse. Friction might heat up between employers and employees. Well-meaning stakeholders in your nonprofit may share a goal but have very different views on how to reach it.
Courts can resolve these disputes. And if they need to, they will. But resolving a dispute is not always the same as solving a problem. Most of the time, the people in the dispute have a better idea of what will solve their problem than a court does. The trouble is they’re so locked into their positions they can’t work together to find that solution.
Mediation is a process that is guided by a mediator but controlled by the parties. Within a structure and process set up by the mediator, the parties decide what matters most to them and talk through what has frustrated them, what worries them, and what they hope can happen. With the mediation attorney Minneapolis trusts to do a good job, you can resolve your dispute without going to court.
“If we could work this out on our own, we would. So what would be the point of mediation?”
The point of mediation is it doesn’t leave you to work it out on your own. Mediators (like Chad at Rubric) are trained to help parties in conflict better understand their dispute and maybe see a way to fix it. Our services for mediation in Minneapolis and St. Paul work for many reasons.
Contact Rubric Legal LLC today to work with the mediation attorney Minneapolis and St. Paul residents love.