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What Kind Of Disagreement Can Be Mediated?

What Kind Of Disagreement Can Be Mediated?

Generally any kind of disagreement can be mediated.The exceptions are class action suits, cases involving punitive damages, and lawsuits which require statutory, judicial or regulatory case law to resolve. Whether it is a civil dispute involving hundreds of thousands of dollars, a workplace dispute, a divorce, or a family matter, the parties can resolve it without resorting to traditional adversarial litigation. Even after litigation has been started, mediation can be a practical way to settle the matter in a less expensive and timely manner.

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