Business Mediation

Are you in Business with one or more partners? You may need Business Mediation!!!

 

Do you own a business that hire employee? You may need Business Mediation!!!

 

Does your business service client? You may need Business Mediation!!!

 

If your in a Business Dispute with a customer or vendor? You may need Business Mediation!!!

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To Schedule an appointment call 817 269-9110 (Dallas/Ft Worth Areas)

What is the cost of mediation?

Mediation typically cost $250.00 per party involved in the mediation, but may vary.

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What is Mediation?

Mediation is a process used to help people reach agreements rather for a current dispute or to prevent future dispute. In Business Mediation, for example, two people own a business together but somewhere down the line they may not agree on what would happen if business one owner is unable to fulfill their duties. In the mediation process, a neutral, trained mediator works with people to discuss all of the issues related to their conflict, to explore possible options for settlement, and to identify solutions that best meet the needs of each person involved.

 

Who participates in Mediation?

Mediation can include different combinations of participants at different times. At the minimum, the neutral mediator meets with the two parties, but attorneys for the parties may also be present should the party choose to have one present.

 

What are the benefits of mediation?

 Settle disputes now . Almost every case can be and usually are settled prior to a court trial. So the real issue is not if a case will settle, but when. A mediation session has the effect of getting settlement negotiations focused much more quickly than if the case proceeds to trial. Proposing mediation is an excellent way to get settlement discussions moving in the right direction and away from court.

 Save money . An early settlement naturally saves litigation expenses and other costs related to litigating the dispute.

 Maintain control . The mediator does not make a decision or force any party to accept a settlement. When you agree to mediate a dispute, you are only agreeing to attend the mediation session and participate, in a good faith effort, to settle the matter. Consequently, you are always in full control of the outcome.

 Informally explore settlement options . Because of the confidential nature of private meetings, often referred to as 'caucuses,' the mediator can explore settlement options without exposing your final position. This can remove the "posturing" that takes place during traditional negotiations.

 Preserve continuing relationships. Mediation is particularly beneficial in situations in which the disputing parties will be working together after the dispute is resolved. Mediation allows the parties to stay on the best terms possible by doing everything they can to settle their dispute as quickly and easily as possible.