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Contract, construction, mechanic, etc. dispute cases are often good candidates for mediation. Parties have the ability to maintain control of the outcome during mediation, and have the option to create more flexible agreements than what a court can generally provide (i.e. payment plans, exchange of goods and services, etc.). In addition, parties who reach agreement in mediation are more likely to fulfill the agreement than those ordered to do so by the court. Save time and money on the costs associated with going to court.

Mediation can be especially beneficial for parties who are in or need to have an ongoing relationship. Unlike litigation, mediation is a non-adversarial process. It can help to restore communication, identify underlying conflicts and unmet expectations, and provide techniques that can begin to restore a relationship, rather than further damaging it as litigation generally does.

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