Do you have a legal case you want to resolve but you don’t want to go to court? The Dallas mediation lawyers from Jim Ross Law can help! Mediation is a private and informal way of settling a dispute without relying on a judge or jury. There are many benefits to choosing this route, which we’ll discuss below.
In the meantime, give our mediation lawyers in Dallas TX a call to schedule a consultation. This gives us time to hear about your case and determine the ways we can help.
What is Mediation? What are the Benefits?
Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution where two parties come together to work out their differences. A team of neutral Dallas mediation lawyers will lead the discussion to make sure it’s civil and that you’re working toward a reasonable solution. The mediator can’t force you to reach an agreement. If mediation is unsuccessful, you’ll need to settle the dispute in court.
Here are some of the key benefits of working with our mediation lawyers in Dallas TX:
- More control over the process
- Confidential – court cases are matters of public record
- Less intimidating than going to court
- More affordable than going to court
- Communicate one-on-one with the other party
- Faster resolutions
How Our Dallas Mediation Lawyers Can Help
Jim Ross Law has the experience and expertise you’re looking for. Our law firm was established by a former Marine, Texas police officer and DEA task force officer. With our unique background, we have a unique perspective on the cases we represent. This works well in mediations where both parties need to come together to reach an agreement.
Some of the ways our mediation lawyers in Dallas TX can help are by:
- Reaching a reasonable solution that’s fair for both parties
- Reducing court costs and attorney fees
- Keeping relationships intact
- Ensuring the mediation process is kept confidential
- Maintaining an informal, relaxed environment
- Making sure conversations are civil and focused on a resolution
Meet with our Dallas mediation lawyers today. We’ll be happy to look over your case and determine if it’s the right fit for mediation. Most non-criminal cases are – and it can help you avoid a lengthy, expensive litigation process!