What Is Third-Party Mediation?

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Third-party mediation is a process that uses a neutral person or agent — like a lawyer — to help resolve a problem. Mediation focuses on putting control back into the hands of people experiencing a problem, with the underlying premise that those involved in a conflict are best able to reach an effective resolution. Essentially, third-party mediation works on the idea that you should not need to go to court if you can resolve a legal problem without it.

Gregory M. Garrison is a skilled litigator and mediator. With more than 24 years of experience resolving legal conflicts in San Diego and the surrounding area, you know you are working with an attorney you can trust. Call us today for a free consultation at 619-798-9501..

What Is A Third-Party Mediator And Why Use One?

A third-party mediator is sometimes called a “neutral third party.” Their role in conflict resolution can be very important. This third party provides a negotiation with an unbiased opinion, an additional resource for legal remedies and a person without an interest in the results who can say if the suggested legal remedies will be fair to all involved.

There are many reasons to use a third-party mediator, which include:

  • More efficient and timely conflict resolution
  • Adaptable forms of mediation offer solutions for every case
  • Lower legal fees

Is mediation an option you want to consider? Contact our firm. We can review your case and see if mediation is an option you should pursue. Attorney Gregory M. Garrison, with a strong litigation background, is well-qualified to help you determine the most promising path to resolution.

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If you are considering mediation over litigation, you can call Gregory M. Garrison, APC, or send us a message online.