The practice of mediation and conflict resolution encourages parties to communicate with each other so that a result can be achieved with the assistance of professional legal guidance. The mediation process is tailored to the needs of the parties and their children, if applicable, and provides a significant degree of control over the outcome, which might otherwise not be attainable.
What Kinds of Cases Can Be Mediated?
Most noncriminal disputes can be mediated. For example, family disputes surrounding divorce, separation, or child custody and visitation can be mediated with the assistance of a lawyer. Mediation can be used to avoid court by working through difficult family negotiations in a series of private mediated sessions. Mediation allows divorcing parties to work together (in a relatively amicable fashion) towards a mutually agreeable separation, divorce or child custody agreement. There are many appropriate applications for mediation. Gersten and Gersten practices in alternation dispute resolution as a whole.
Our clients seek alternative dispute resolution for a variety of disputes, spanning practice areas such as:
- Financial Matters
- Parenting Plans
- Commercial Disputes
- Workplace Disputes
Contact Gersten and Gersten for more information about our customized approach to your legal mediation needs.