Don’t Litigate, Mediate!

No one likes being in a dispute or a disagreement. It's difficult, frustrating, and can be emotionally draining. However, litigation (going to court) is not always the best way to resolve differences. Another approach is Mediation.

An independent third party helps you come up with a resolution to the situation. You do not have to talk to the other person in the dispute or even be in the same room as them. Mediation is used to resolve all kinds of disputes, from family matters including divorce, to business issues, homeowner association problems, landlord-tenant disagreements, and more.

If you have a situation and you would like to discuss if mediation is a possible approach, please contact us.

Note that mediator cannot give legal or financial advice and we always recommend that you should consult appropriate professionals where necessary for your situation. However, many lawyers these days favor their clients resolving matters outside of a courtroom
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Mediation Fee Schedule

We are pleased to present the competitive VMLA rates.

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We take checks, cash, and all forms of credit cards. After scheduling your mediation we will ask for a non-refundable deposit of $250.

Notes: Fees are usually split between the parties.  Once a date is set we will allow the mediation to be rescheduled twice. Cancellation within three business days of the scheduled date will result in forfeiture of the deposit.