Civil law suits and divorce do not have to be unnecessarily time consuming and expensive. Mediation is a better way to resolve your Northern Colorado business dispute or divorce, saving precious time and money. We can and will mediate your entire law suit or divorce in a few hours, not months and years you would typically spend fighting your dispute in court. We also mediate very specialized and specific legal issues like breach of contract, eviction, employment rights, child custody mediation, spousal support mediation, child support mediation, and much more. Click Colorado Practice Areas to view a comprehensive list of mediation services and arbitration services. Call Skip Court Mediation today 970-888-1375 to find out why mediation is the smart way to resolve disputes.
Complex Divorce and Business Dispute Specialist
Currently all mediations and arbitrations conducted online
Convenient and flexible scheduling after hours and weekends when necessary
Mediation and Arbitration specialists resolving local and national cases
Mediations conducted by licensed Attorneys
What is Mediation
The definition of mediation is an "assisted negotiation." Mediation is a process in which an impartial third party (mediator), facilitates communication and negotiation and promotes voluntary decision making by the parties to the dispute. Mediation serves various purposes, including providing the opportunity for parties to define and clarify issues, understand different perspectives, identify interests, explore and assess possible solutions, and reach mutually satisfactory agreements. During the mediation session the parties (and their attorneys if they have one), will meet with a trained and specialized mediator, who will assist the parties in transforming the dispute from a contentious problem where the future outcome is unknown and keeps them up at night, to a resolved agreement on their own terms where the uncertainty is taken away and each of the parties knows what their tomorrow will look like. Successful mediation of a dispute is far superior to fighting it out in Court where after spending thousands of dollars and years of uncertainty a judge or jury will eventually render a decision that the parties have to live with.
What is a Mediator?
The mediator is a neutral third-party who is brought in to help the parties discuss, navigate, and resolve the conflict.
The mediator is not a judge but should have extensive training, legal knowledge and experience. The mediator's purpose is to facilitate difficult discussions and the exchange of information between the parties to help them reach an acceptable agreement and resolving the conflict.
The mediator will not provide specific legal advice to either of the parties but should impart relevant experience and knowledge regarding the situation. Most importantly, the mediator does not and cannot favor a particular result in the mediation, and should remain neutral to the parties and the dispute at all times.
Basic Mediation Process
During the mediation session the mediator will engage in difficult discussions with the parties, providing a safe and judgment free environment to discuss the unresolved issues and exchange information and points of view with one another.
The mediator will ask questions about the facts of the dispute and review evidence and testimony provided by each of the parties.
The mediator will help the parties exchange information with one another that may help add a new perspective to the situation. The mediator will discuss the strengths and weaknesses of each parties' position, and once a verbal agreement is reached by the parties, the mediator will assist in drafting the agreement, effectively resolving the dispute. If a litigation case is pending, the mediation agreement or Memorandum of Understanding can be filed in the case and made an Order of the Court.
Mediation Services and Arbitration Services
The goal of mediation is for the parties to reach a settlement and have an agreement drafted that effectively ends the conflict or dispute. The parties in mediation have complete control over the outcome versus leaving the dispute up to a judge or jury to decide who wins and who losses. Mediation can resolve disputes in two-hour, half-day, or full-day sessions. Call Skip Court Mediation today, 970-888-1375 to schedule your mediation. Mediation is the smart way to resolve disputes.
Skip Court also offers arbitration services wherein a binding decision is rendered after each party has had an opportunity to present their side of the story to the arbitrator. The arbitration process is very similar to a court proceeding however an arbitration decision is substantially less expensive than fully litigating a dispute in court and can typically be resolved in two-hour, half-day, or full-day sessions. Call Skip Court Mediation today, 970-888-1375, to schedule your arbitration.
"Divorce is never easy, but by using a mediator for our divorce instead of hiring lawyers we were able to agree on a parenting plan and how we would split the assets of the marriage in a few hours instead of months of fighting! Divorce mediation helped us move on with our lives."
"The mediation process with Mr. Herrera was very professionally delivered. It allowed the business conflict to be resolved quickly and without drawn out collections methods. I would recommend this mediation process for any business or personal dispute that needs to be resolved."
"Thank you so much for your help! You have made this horrible time in our lives just a bit easier."
"This process was seamless and Robert Herrera handled each phase professionally. In a difficult family dispute Robert moved us along to a satisfactory conclusion."
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Two convenient Colorado locations offering Loveland mediation and Fort Collins mediation. Mediation can also be scheduled at your office or mutually convenient location. *All mediations are currently being conducted online due to Health Restrictions.
Skip Court Mediation
1635 Foxtrail Drive
Loveland, CO 80538
Skip Court Mediation
155 E. Boardwalk Drive
Fort Collins, CO 80525