WHAT IS MEDIATION?
Mediation is a great option if you’re trying to settle a dispute and avoid the courtroom. Mediators listen to both parties impartially, helping organize the conversation and ultimately coming to an unbiased agreement. In law, mediation is one form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR).
Litigation can be a costly and time-consuming process that will leave one party frustrated and upset. At K. Kelso Law, we help find a solution for both parties, with our goal to remain analytical, logical, and impartial.
Divorce mediation is a great way to add some control and organization to your separation process. Our trained mediator and attorney acts as a neutral, unbiased third party that will meet with both spouses to help navigate through the ending of the marriage. Divorce mediation is another way to avoid costly legal fees while keeping the separation amicable.
SKILLS THAT MAKE THE PERFECT MEDIATOR PERSONALITY TYPE
Sometimes disputes and conflicts are too big to handle alone. At K. Kelso Law, we offer unbiased, skilled mediation services, ensuring that both parties will be heard. We pride ourselves in providing top-rated mediation resources and specializing in skills such as:
As your mediator and attorney, we carefully listen to all sides to determine what is essential in order to come to an agreement. We remain unbiased and stick to the facts to find an amicable resolution.
We logically analyze all parties and their interests to craft an agreement that retains what is essential for all parties.
Communication is key during conflict resolutions. Our mediators are trained in vital listening and communication skills, helping ease tensions among the parties as we discuss potential solutions.
At K. Kelso Law, our primary goal is to find a resolution that will leave both parties feeling heard and satisfied with the agreement.
WHAT SHOULD YOU DO
Luckily, most mediation cases are successful. As your legal counsel, we will go through the contract and make sure it addresses your concerns and interests before you sign. Then, we’ll write a report that both parties can feel comfortable signing, showing proof of the agreement for the judge. In some instances, such as divorce, you’ll file your mediation documents with the court.
At K. Kelso Law, we make it our mission for mediation to result in an agreement, whether it is a mutual resolution or a partial settlement. However, if no immediate solution emerges, there is always the option to reopen dialogue down the road. We’ll still be there for you.
WHY K. KELSO LAW FOR MEDIATION?
With over seven years of experience, K. Kelso Law can serve you as both an attorney and mediator. We will work with you one-on-one to provide you with the best mediation services so you can settle disputes and ultimately avoid overwhelming litigation and court fees. We differ from other law firms in that there are no hidden fees or agendas.