Mediation Practice Areas:
Do you have disputes with your former spouse or partner? Are you ready to sue your business partner? Are your siblings arguing about your deceased parent’s estate? Mediation can work for nearly any type of conflict.
If a matter can go to court, it can be mediated before any case is started. The process is private: what is said in mediation, stays in mediation.
Gaspar Mediation offers a way to resolve these problems quickly, cost effectively and amicably without going to court. Mediation works for many kinds if disputes such as:
- Legal separation
- Post-divorce modifications:
- Child support
- Parenting schedule/custody
- Alimony/spousal support
- Custody/Parenting between unmarried parents
- Guardianships over minors
- Business disputes
- Landlord/tenant disputes
- Disputes over estates and probate matters (wills and trusts)
- Elder care disputes
- Property disputes between domestic partners
- Small claims disputes
- Neighbor disputes
If you find yourself in any kind of legal disagreement, please call Gaspar Mediation for a free initial consultation to learn how the mediation process can help you resolve your situation quickly and cost effectively.
Probably the only positive to come out of the recent pandemic is the increased use of teleconferencing. Remote mediation allows flexibility in scheduling and saves travel time and expense. Using the ZOOM® platform, Gaspar Mediation offers remote sessions tailored to the client’s schedule and location. Depending on the client’s preferences, the entire process may be done remotely or a combination of remote and in-person sessions.
Gaspar Mediation offers a free initial consultation by ZOOM. Because it is truly a FREE consultation, there is absolutely no cost or obligation to hire Diane as your mediator. During this session, the clients may ask questions about the mediation process, any related court process, as well as Diane’s experience and practice. The session usually lasts about 45 minutes. Evening and weekend sessions are available.
It is not a comfortable question for most folks, but it needs to be asked. “What’s this going to cost me?” By using a sliding scale, your costs are based on your income. E-mail today and ask for a copy of the sliding scale chart. Learn about how affordable mediation can be to get to a better outcome for your legal situation.