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Civil disputes are often grounded in application of local laws and regulations that may or may not involve the city or town’s officials or bodies. If the matter does involve local officials the time it can take to achieve resolution is but one frustrating factor for the parties involved. Restorative mediation is becoming more popular and the best way to reach long term agreements.
Mediation is not an adversarial process, and although it’s less structured than litigation, there are procedures in place to help bring your case to a successful and quick conclusion. A neutral third party helps individuals discuss their case in order to reach a mutually acceptable outcome. When compared with litigation, mediation tends to be more informal, less expensive and a valuable alternative to the typical litigation process.
The confidential nature of mediation is yet another benefit afforded to those involved in municipal disputes. Parties can privately discuss the critical issues of the case in order to provide input on the final agreement. Parties tend to walk away happier with their outcome than if they had gone through the court system. If you are ready to resolve your issue, contact me at 303-579-5433 today.