Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), which refers to using a third party to facilitate a settlement or agreement for two or more parties outside a formal court setting. Mediation is a private, informal process that uses a trained, neutral, and impartial third party to facilitate and encourage communications and negotiation between parties to a conflict and strives to promote reconciliation, settlement, or understanding. It is often used before a lawsuit is filed, in pending litigation as the case develops, and in non-litigation disputes.
Mediation is not psychotherapy, counseling, or legal representation. Mediators cannot coerce parties, represent a party, or offer legal advice. Attorneys are not required to attend a mediation session. However, any legal concerns must be addressed with an attorney.
Even though family mediation covers all issues considered in Family Court, Slyter Mediation, LLC provides specific sessions catered to each type of dispute. Depending on the type and complexity of the issues, more than one session may be needed.
Read the FAQ to learn about the booking process, who can attend sessions, how to prepare for mediation, and more.
Slyter Mediation, LLC is not a law firm; Services are not a substitute for legal advice or attorney services. Slyter Mediation, LLC is not an LPC or Licensed Psychologist and does not provide counseling/therapy.
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