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Why Mediate

Mediation is an informal process in which the parties resolve their own disputes without a judge imposing a solution upon them. Unlike a trial or arbitration, mediation gives the parties the opportunity to speak to each other in an informal setting that is guided by a neutral and impartial third person called a mediator. The mediator's role is to help the parties communicate their positions to each other in a constructive manner.Read More

For Attorneys

As an attorney, and an advocate for mediation, you are aware how family mediation can effectively resolve disputes. Families embroiled in legal disputes are often difficult to resolve without the help of an outside source. With a mediator, families can confidentially discuss the problems through open communication. This allows families to reach a compromise based on different beliefs.Read More

Unrepresented Parties

When is Mediation the Best Choice? I believe that whenever mediation is possible, mediation is a better method of dispute resolution than adversarial litigation. If you believe that you and the other party can work cooperatively to come to an agreement over your dispute, then mediation could save you a significant amount of time, stress and expense.Read More

Civil Mediation

Civil mediation is an effective and efficient method for resolving legal disputes. Whether you are involved in a multi-million lawsuit or you are ending a long-term marriage, mediation allows you to bring an end to the dispute without investing unnecessary time and money into litigation. Mediation is flexible and can be used to settle disputes in a whole range of situations, including: Consumer disputes, Family disputes, etc.Read More

Personal Trustee Services

One of the most important decisions you’ll face when establishing your trust is the selection of your trustee. In many cases, insufficient consideration is given to the appointment of individuals to fill the most important position of trust. While some individuals name themselves, a family member or friend; others prefer to choose a trusted third party for this important role.Read More

Certified Divorce Financial Analyst

Deborah Beylus is a Certified Divorce Financial Analyst™ and received her certification from The Institute for Divorce Financial Analysts (IDFA™), which is the premier national organization dedicated to the certification, education and promotion of the use of financial professionals in the divorce arena. Attorneys are responsible for making sure their client understands what their options are with regard to their assets and debts.Read More