Welcome to Trinity Mediation, where we strive to resolve your legal disputes faster and less expensive than traditional litigation! Mediation is a process for resolving disputes where I assist the parties in reaching a mutually satisfactory settlement. Mediation is effective for all legal disputes, including divorce and family, employment disputes, as well as civil disagreements.
Not only is mediation especially effective in dealing with the myriad of legal, factual and emotional issues that are present in a dispute. It also provides a cost effective and mutually satisfying way of negotiating what are otherwise difficult disputes. Mediation avoids lingering animosity. Mediation allows the parties to retain control over the outcome. Mediation requires far less in legal fees and other costs as compared to the expense of litigation. Finally, the mediation process and procedure is private and confidential.
As you browse through our website, it will answer your questions; such as what mediation is, why mediation is a valuable option to consider for your legal dispute, and how to contact me to set up your first session.Click on the links to the right to learn more. Thank you.
A mediation session involves a discussion of the dispute by the parties, as opposed to the formal presentation of witnesses and evidence such as takes place in a trial or arbitration. The session will normally be attended only by the mediator, the parties and their attorneys (should you choose to be represented by an attorney....this is NOT a requirement of mediation if you do not want to!).
Because of the informality of the process, most mediations can be completed in 2 to 3 sessions. The mediation process is entirely voluntary and non-binding. The mediator has no power to force the parties to accept a settlement. Rather, the mediator's role is to assist the parties in their negotiations by identifying obstacles to settlement and developing strategies for overcoming them.
Please contact us anytime! We look forward to hearing from you.
***Any legal dispute can mediated! Family and divorce, employment, and all other civil mediations***