What Do Mediators Do?
Without knowing what a mediator does, you may think that the services they provide are of no value to you. At the Law Offices of Denise Eaton May, we recognize how prevalent myths can add to this mindset. For this reason, we make it a priority to keep our clients informed. In providing the facts of what we do as mediators, we hope to illustrate to you the benefits of this approach.
Read on to learn more about the role of a mediator and what mediation can do for your unique situation. Take advantage of this time-saving and cost-effective form of alternative dispute resolution today.
They Can Play A Strong Role In Resolving Your Disputes
Strong emotions can often prevent you from seeing the root of the problem in a conflict. The anger or frustration you feel may even cloud your judgment. If you find yourself in the middle of a legal dispute, stop to consider if litigation is the right step. Instead, it may serve your case more to bring in an experienced mediator..
A trained mediator can:
- Remain neutral while observing both sides of the story to access the situation of the case
- Facilitate the conversation and nudge obstinate parties to cooperate with each other
- Help both parties set aside their anger to discuss the real issues of the dispute and what is holding up the case
- Identify areas of opportunities and encourage flexibility to find a satisfactory resolution
- Help those involved understand and trust in the process to achieve desired goals
For all your complex cases, seek mediation services from our skilled attorneys. Through this method, we have helped many clients attain results, and we can help you too.
We Mediate A Variety Of Cases
If disagreements arise over business contracts or discrimination claims, reach out to us. We believe that our experience as seasoned mediators can and will make a difference in your case.
Based in California, we have served Hayward and surrounding areas for over 30 years. We offer free initial consultations to discuss your needs and answer your questions. To see what mediation has to offer you, call our office at 510-244-3307. You may also schedule an appointment with one of our lawyers using the online form today.