Mediation

We Meet Families Where They Are
Our non-attorney mediation services meet families where they are, helping them to define issues, clearly communicate, and understand each others' positions. Participants are guided to develop their own solutions with the help of a neutral party experienced in facilitating peaceful conflict resolution. Confidential virtual mediations are now available and may be your answer to timely resolution.
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Years working with children, parents, and families of all backgrounds
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Years of mediation experience
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Sessions conducted

Mediation can help

  • Blended Families
  • Divorce arrangements
  • Co-parent partnerships
  • Grandparents raising grandchildren
  • Parent-child relationships
  • Neighbor-to-neighbor relations
  • Parties that want to work on moving forward

Outcomes

After a completed mediation session, both parties can expect to walk away with a mutually-agreed upon solution that takes into consideration the unique circumstances of their situation. 

Mediation vs.
Litigation

When deciding between mediation and litigation for conflict resolution consider this:

  • Mediation gives the parties involved direct input into outcome. With litigation, someone else decides for you. Community Social Solutions believes that no one has a better understanding of what will work than the parties themselves.
  • Conflict resolution isn't always about a legal agreement. It's about reaching an agreed-upon outcome for your future with dignity and peace.

Some other benefits of mediation include:

  • Flexible Scheduling: Parties work with the mediator to arrange dates and times that work for them. Mediation can be done virtually, too.
  • Reduced Time to Resolution: Mediation usually results in a quicker resolution than litigation.
  • Lower Expense: Mediation is usually more cost-effective than litigation.

Are you interested in mediation?