Reach out to Natalie Lynch today to begin a conversation about resolving your dispute through mediation. Contacting a mediator early in the process can help you avoid the time, money, and emotions involved in a court-tried case. You may find that all you need is an unbiased third party to help you through the dispute resolution process. Unlike judges and juries, mediators do not impose their morals on the parties in dispute. Instead, they help the parties explore the options and find a mutually agreeable solution.
The truth is that not every case needs to come before the U.S. justice system. Mediation is less formal, less expensive, and less time-consuming than a trial. Mediation allows people to be active participants in determining when and how to resolve their dispute. When you choose mediation, you and your business partners can voice your frustrations, maintain confidentiality, save time and money, and maintain control over the future of your business.
At Lynch Law, we believe that mediation can solve many disputes to the mutual benefit and satisfaction of the parties involved and at a significantly reduced cost as compared to going to trial. The Lynch Law Firm has business psychologists, highly credentialed HR staff, nonprofit management professionals, and attorneys, all trained in mediation, and who can help you get what you need.