The entire legal system is ultimately aimed at resolving disputes. Unlike court, mediation allows the parties to determine their own fate in a confidential process, by compromise and agreement. A mediated agreement, once approved, is enforceable by court. The value of resolution, without the costs, stress and uncertainties of litigation, is immeasurable.
Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution process that has blossomed and grown for many reasons, but primarily because mediation works. Mediation, unlike arbitration and trial, empowers the parties, not a third party, to make the decision – to decide one’s own fate. Through mediation, parties can talk openly about options for solving the issues, ultimately choosing to settle or not.
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Scott Smith of Smith Legal is a registered civil and domestic relations mediator, experienced as both an advocate and mediator in a variety of legal matters. Scott mediates all types of disputes, civil and domestic, at a very affordable rate. The mediation rate for civil or domestic cases is $150.00 per hour. If Noblesville is not convenient, Scott travels to anywhere in the state to offer mediation services. Please contact Scott to discuss his rate and availability for a ½ day or full day mediation.
With mediation suites located in historic SmithHouse, the mediation process takes place in a unique setting where parties can be separated to first and second stories, each with separate restroom facilities, private and comfortable accommodations, Wi-Fi access, free coffee and soft drinks. SmithHouse allows easy access to Noblesville businesses, the Hamilton County Judicial Center and government offices. Dowtown Indianapolis is only 40 minutes.
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