Mediation offers the opportunity to resolve domestic, personal and family conflicts while preserving relationships and saving money and time. So if you are getting a divorce or have already been divorced and are having post-divorce conflicts, consider mediation to reach an agreement. Litigation will be much more expensive and time-consuming and is likely to create more acrimony and damage future relationships. When conflict develops in domestic partnerships or gay/lesbian relationships and litigation is not even a viable option, mediation can be a valuable tool to dissolve the relationship or redesign the relationship to the satisfaction of the partners. Other family conflicts, such as those that may arise in planning for elderly parents, can also be resolved through mediation.
The Center for Resolution of Disputes offers mediation services for:
Call the Center for Resolution of Disputes, 513-721-4466.