Arbitration and Mediation are viable alternatives to the more confrontational legal procedures. The primary goal of the legal system is to find out who is legally right and who is legally wrong. Lawsuits usually have a winner and a loser. The goal of arbitration is to find a solution that is equitable to all parties concerned. As such, the services generally cost less and tend to provide solutions that are fair to both parties.
I believe that there is a great future for this growing field. This section of Salt Lake Sites lists area firms specializing in arbitration and mediation.
We-Agree.com (www.we-agree.com) - review Divorce Mediation Institute of Utah is a less expensive, less painful and Divorce Mediation Institute of Utah alternative to lawyers and the court.
Utah Mediation (utahmediation.com) Utah Mediation provides a directory of certified Utah mediators and Utah arbitrators available to provide assistance both through the Utah court system and independently in Utah for Utah divorce mediation.
Kathy Elton (kathyelton.com) Kathy Elton Consulting offers affordable mediation and conflict resolution services throughout the State of Utah.
Gerrard Mediation (gerrardmediation.com) Since 2003, Russell Gerrard has professionally mediated conflict situations, including custody and divorce.
SLC Mediation (slcmediation.com) SLC Mediation is a private mediation practice in the state of Utah dedicated to providing Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) services to residents in Utah. \r\n
Utah Arbitration and Mediation (utaharbitrationandmediation.com) Paul H. Matthews is a trial lawyer and mediator in the Salt Lake City law firm of Paul H. Matthews & Associates with more than 25 years of experience in the practice of law.
Strong & Hanni Law Firm, (www.strongandhanni.com) Since 1888, Strong & Hanni has provided comprehensive legal services for our diverse clientele ranging from individuals to large corporations.
Innovative Divorce Solutions (innovativedivorcesolutions.vpweb.com) Innovative Divorcs Solutions helps families in transition outside the court.