People or groups in dispute (participants) invite a neutral person (mediator) to facilitate a constructive conversation. The mediator supports an open dialogue allowing each person to be heard. The participants choose what to discuss and if there is an agreement, the participants decide what it says.
People who have any role in a family, business, organization, friendship, or neighborhood, and need help talking about a dispute, may participate in mediation.
WHAT ISSUES may be MEDIATed?
BUSINESS | OFFICE
Client / consumer concerns
ELDERCARE | SENIOR
Health care choices
Caregiving / long-term care
Marriage issues / divorce
Restructuring / succession planning
Communication style differences
Housemate / roommate
Real estate transactions
Any civil dispute involving two or more people who need help communicating
Reclaim decision making ability
Speak confidently in difficult situations
Increase productivity and time management
Share your story in a more private setting
Improve overall communication style
Free time to do what matters
Restore peace of mind
Speak your truth
Call 320.808.3212 today for a free pre-mediation consultation or
During my twenty years of practicing law, I witnessed the time, money, and emotional energy exhausted in litigation. When folks create their own solution, they usually feel better, save time and money, and the resolution lasts. Mediation provides the space to engage in meaningful and constructive conversations.
Sherry Bruckner, Mediator
For your convenience, mediation is available in-person or via webcam.