What Kinds of Cases Can Be Mediated?

Many people what to know what kinds of cases can be mediated, and the answer is: almost anything! Mediation is usually a good option in most non-criminal (and in some non-violent criminal) matters.  These very often result in a successful resolution during mediation. Claims that do not involve a legal issue are also good candidates for mediation. For example, a dispute with a neighbor over a barking dog, which  is hardly the type of claim that merits a lawsuit.

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Open Space provides all types of mediation services that can be used to resolve all sorts of issues, including personal injury, small business disputes, family issues, divorce matters, and real estate issues.

Conflicts between families, neighbors, business partners, guardians and teenagers (14+), partners, coworkers, and more can all benefit from a straightforward mediation process.

Some types of cases that can be mediated include:

  • Divorce, custody and visitation, and other family issues
  • Eldercare and estate issues
  • Civil matters – debt, personal, and business
  • Non-profit
  • Property disputes
  • Landlord/tenant disputes
  • Workplace disputes

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