With a few exceptions, any case that can be litigated can be mediated. The complexity of the issues, the net worth of the parties, or the differences between the parties in no way limit the potential for an amicably mediated resolution. In mediation, the parties, not the Courts, set the agenda, the timetable, and the terms to arrive at creative solutions to their most challenging problems.
If you’re contemplating mediation or already engaged in the process, it is important to have an attorney to advise you on your rights and responsibilities to better inform your decisions during that process. All of our attorneys frequently counsel mediating parties, accompanying them at the mediation or outside the mediation, and assist in preparing mediated settlement agreements and the related legal documents to implement them.