Mediation allows parties to resolve their
without litigating the matter in court. This process is often faster,
confidential and less expensive.
District Mediator List
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providers themselves. Being included on this list does not mean
a provider is recommended or approved by the court. The court has
not made any attempt to validate the information. These providers
are listed alphabetically, with no ranking on any basis. Click on
the mediator's name to view resume information. You may also visit the Office
ofDispute Resolution for additional information regarding
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Mediation, arbitration, or other alternative
dispute resolution (ADR) are methods by which parties may avoid costly
and time consuming litigation. ADR procedures are less formal and
parties maintain more control than if the case goes to court.
Professional mediation organizations often adopt recommended
training for practicing mediation.