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The vast majority of lawsuits never even reach a courtroom. Most cases can be resolved through alternative dispute resolution (ADR) – typically through arbitration or mediation. Specifically, mediation occurs when two sides with separate legal representation have a disagreement and meet to find a solution that satisfies both parties with the assistance of a neutral third party, known as a mediator. If you are involved in a mediation, it is in your best interest to retain the assistance of skilled legal professional to represent your rights throughout the process of negotiation.
For more than 40 years, Colson Hicks Eidson has worked to resolve the disputes of our clients. Our mediation lawyers offer experienced nationwide representation. They use their knowledge of mediation law to find the best strategies and satisfactory solutions in alternative dispute resolutions. They have law offices in Miami.
Why Should I Consider Mediation? Dispute Resolution Attorney Explains Benefits of Mediation
Mediation has many advantages that may suit your legal needs. This process is a viable option if you consider any of the following important in your dispute:
- You want to resolve the case quickly. Lawsuits can last months or even years, and you may need the case to reach a resolution soon. If you cannot negotiate a settlement with the other party, mediation may be your best option. Most mediation sessions require only a few hours to reach a conclusion.
- You want the case to remain confidential. In a courtroom, only a judge can issue a special order that secures information from the public. The public will have access to most of the details of the lawsuit,. Additionally, nothing said in the courtroom is private. In contrast, what individuals say during mediation cannot be revealed to the public, with few exceptions.
- You wish to remain on good terms with the other party. If your lawsuit involves a co-worker, business partner, landlord, family member or anyone with whom you have a familial, business or other types of relationship, you may consider mediation. Lawsuits can seriously damage relationships that you may wish to preserve. A quick and fair mediation session can resolve a dispute while allowing you to remain on positive terms with the other party.
Most noncriminal legal issues can also benefit from mediation. Additionally, this process can even resolve some disputes that the legal system has no formal method of handling.
Find Out How to Use Mediation for Your Legal Conflict
If you believe mediation could be your best option to work through a disagreement, speak with a dispute resolution lawyer at Colson Hicks Eidson. Our mediation attorneys will work with you to ensure that we uphold your best interests during alternative dispute resolution. Call our mediation law firm today at 305-476-7400 to learn more about what we can do for you.