Mediation Can Help You Reach Legal Agreements Quickly and Productively
If you do not wish to undergo the lengthy litigation process to reach a legal agreement or arrangement, mediation may be a good avenue for you to pursue. Tournour & Weiner are court-approved and accredited mediators. With his wealth of experience, he can help you reach lasting legal agreements with less stress through mediation at his East Brunswick, NJ, practice.
Mediation is often able to provide more productive meetings, and quicker results than litigation. To schedule an appointment, and receive the expert advice of an experienced mediator, contact our office today.
The mediation is an alternative dispute procedure in which an impartial third party acts as a mediator to help disagreeing parties successfully come to a resolution that benefits everyone involved. The mediator is often a retired judge or other private attorney, and will help cover the same issues that would be decided in litigation. Mediation can help reach decisions regarding business and civil arrangements, contract disputes, prenuptial agreements, custody agreements, visitation rights, annulment proceedings, and spousal or child support in cases of divorce.
Why Mediation is Preferred to Litigation
Mediation is often preferred to litigation because it can help both parties achieve an amicable resolution. Litigation can be a very long process that is both expensive and adversarial. A mediator can help separate parties gain more control rather than letting a judge decide how their lives will be affected. Mediation also allows all parties to focus on solutions and productive agreements that benefit everyone involved. As a result, mediation can often be far less bitter, and lead to better future relationships.
When Mediation May Not Be Appropriate
In some cases, mediation may not be the best course of action.
- If you feel strongly that the opposing party should be found guilty or admit guilt, litigation may be better suited to your goals.
- If you are seeking to establish a legal precedent that extends beyond your situation, mediation may not be ideal. Any agreements established in mediation do not bind other parties.
- If you are seeking a large award, you may wish to pursue a trial by jury, as mediation does not typically produce significant settlements.
Our team can review your unique case and help you determine how best to proceed. You may be better suited with another alternative dispute resolution technique, such as arbitration, or with a courtroom trial.
Why Choose Our Team?
Attorneys Tournour & Weiner are accredited mediators able to successfully and effectively help clients reach lasting legal agreements through expert guidance. As impartial mediators, we will not take sides or provide legal counsel to individual parties, and it is recommended that you seek your own independent legal advice. We are dedicated to our clients and will remain transparent throughout the process. Our team can guide clients in how to choose a divorce mediator and other related matters.
Attorneys Tournour and Weiner are accredited mediators able to successfully and effectively help clients reach lasting legal agreements through expert guidance.
Receive Expert Guidance from an Experienced Mediator
You have more options than litigation alone to pursue civil, business, and matrimonial legal agreements. Through guided, productive mediation sessions at the law offices of Tournour & Weiner, you can have constructive meetings to reach lasting arrangements. Contact our office today to schedule a consultation.
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