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County departments use mediation to resolve internal disagreement

In most situations it is in the best interest of all parties to a dispute to resolve the matter in a timely fashion. This is true in a variety of settings and disputes including construction and business. A method that often accomplishes that goal is mediation. In addition to saving time, it is also often financially a good option as it results in fewer legal bills.

Could mediation be right choice to resolve your dispute?

Though both can be a good way to resolve disputes of all types, it is likely that many individuals do not know what mediation or arbitration are. Though they are both methods of alternative dispute resolution, they are not the same thing. Whether one of the processes might be used to resolve an issue you have depends on your situation.

Mediation may be useful in many types of business disputes

Proper planning with the assistance of a lawyer can help business matters run more smoothly than they otherwise would. When business disputes do arise, there are a variety of approaches that might be taken to resolve them. Because it is in the best interest of many businesses to preserve relationships with the entity involved in a dispute, in many cases mediation is an effective resolution tool. The formal mediation process can help keep those involved in a business dispute, moving toward a solution. In addition, a neutral third party can help participants navigate difficult conversations.

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