Mediation is a process in which a neutral third party helps parties reach agreements. This person can be a friend, family member, lawyer, or judge. The mediator’s job is to help the two sides come to an agreement. They don’t make or enforce any decisions, but they try to help the parties resolve their problems. Some of these concerns may be quite complex, which is why you can hire a mediation attorney to help.
A successful mediation will have both parties walking away 90% happy. There’s no need to drag out your disagreement with endless litigation. Contact Arvanitakis Law Group to serve as your mediator.
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Stay Out of Court with a Pre-Suit Mediation
A pre-suit mediation can help parties determine if they can settle their dispute outside of a formal court hearing. An attorney can help you determine if pre-suit mediation is right for you, with pros and cons such as:
- Parties have more flexibility to reach agreements
- Pre-suit mediation does not prevent the parties from making formal legal filings later on.
- You must know your rights if you choose to not participate in a pre-suit mediation
Settle Home Owner Association Disputes with HOA Mediations
HOA mediations are the process by which a homeowner association (HOA) resolves disputes between homeowners.
Common disputes that can be mediated include:
- Parking lot disputes, such as over-parking or illegal parking
- Home maintenance issues, such as leaky roofs or faulty appliances
- HOA dues, such as late payments or unpaid fines
A neutral mediator must be appointed in order to facilitate communication and ensure fairness. The goal of mediation is to reach a resolution that is acceptable to both parties.
Easily Resolve Escrow Disputes
Escrow dispute mediation services offer free dispute resolution for buyers and sellers of real estate escrow. The mediation service will help parties resolve their disputes, including any disagreements about when the money is coming from or going to the escrow account.
In some cases, escrow dispute mediation can help bring peace of mind for reasons such as:
- Getting money back after closing
- Feeling comfortable about the purchase
- Protecting your investment
Come to a Fair Conclusion with Contract Disputes
Contract dispute mediation is a process where an unbiased third party mediates between parties involved in a contract dispute. This is to help the two parties reach an agreement.
Mediation can be a helpful way for parties to resolve a contract dispute outside of court. The process allows them to arrive at an agreement without having to go through costly and time-consuming legal procedures.
Key reasons to consider mediation for a contract dispute include:
- May cost less than litigation
- Potential to lead to a settlement
- Faster than traditional litigation
Find an Alternative to Foreclosure with Foreclosure Mediation
Foreclosure mediation is an alternative to foreclosure. Rather than proceeding with foreclosure and throwing someone out on the street, foreclosure mediation offers a way to work out a solution. The goal of foreclosure mediation is to help homeowners save their homes through negotiations with their lenders.
Additional benefits of foreclosure mediation include:
- Does not require a court order or legal representation on either side
- Pursue foreclosure mediation without having to spend time or money securing legal representation
- Alleviates privacy concerns
- Mediators are bound by strict rules regarding confidentiality as well.
Protect Your Rights with Landlord-Tenant Disputes
Landlord-tenant dispute mediation is a process of negotiation between a landlord and tenant. It aims to resolve any disputes that may arise between the two parties. The parties negotiate and reach an agreement that resolves the issue at hand.
Some benefits of landlord-tenant disputes include:
- Landlords can protect their property from theft or damage
- Prevent evictions
- Potentially prevent going to court
Business dispute mediation is a process where two or more parties try to resolve business problems, such as disagreements about money, ownership, and other issues. The goal of mediation is to find a solution that works for both parties.
Arvanitakis Law Group assists with the following:
- Different types of business mediation, like strategic negotiation, creative brainstorming, and traditional mediation
- Helping parties get to the root of their problems
- Assistance in reaching fair conclusions
Avoid Expensive Litigation
When you need a trustworthy mediator at your side, contact Arvanitakis Law Group. Our firm brings the experience you need to handle mediation from start to finish.