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Take control of your dispute through the use of mediation

Unfortunately, it is nearly impossible to go through life without some confrontations and disputes. Most of them you resolve yourself with the other person. However, some of your disputes require more formal help. Your first thought may be to file a lawsuit in a civil court here in Scottsdale, but that might not be necessary. You could try an alternative method of dispute resolution such as mediation and maintain control over the outcome.

For many people, that is the primary reason for using mediation. If you go to court, a judge makes the final decision for you. If you use this method to resolve your dispute, you and the other party make the decisions. This often helps the parties hold up their respective ends of the bargain, so to speak, since each of you had a hand in creating the agreement.

Mediation also tends to cost less than litigation. Moreover, it is just about always less time-consuming. The process only takes as long as you and the other party need in order to resolve your issues and reach a mutually satisfactory agreement. This dispute resolution method can be used for a variety of issues ranging from business disputes to divorces to real estate disputes.

If mediation does not work, you always have the option of going to court here in Scottsdale. However, in many cases, you may want to try to preserve the relationship with the other party, and an adversarial and contentious courtroom battle may not allow that to happen. In the alternative, reaching a resolution together with a little help from a neutral third party could provide you with a way forward that does not destroy the relationship.

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