Mediation Is A Practical Solution For Many Types Of Disputes
Construction delays, employer and employee disputes, and landlord/tenant issues can escalate quickly and cause stress for both parties. Before going to trial, mediation is a good option for resolving these issues.
At Wickes Law, PLLC, in Plano, attorney and mediator Paul Wickes uses his 30 years of experience as a trial lawyer to help him mediate many types of disputes. He understands each side in a dispute and works to facilitate discussion, negotiation and compromise between the parties. If you need a uniquely qualified mediator in Texas, contact the firm today.
Construction, Employment Discrimination And Landlord/Tenant Disputes
Construction disputes: With so many employers, subcontractors and other parties involved in construction, disputes are bound to happen. Construction delays are common, but costly, and you don’t want to let an issue grow into something larger. Mediation can help the parties come to an agreement without the additional delays and risks of a trial.
Employment discrimination: Issues that arise between employees and employers can get contentious very quickly; after all, someone’s livelihood may be at stake. Discrimination cases can be extremely sensitive and emotions may run high. Going to trial will only increase these feelings on both sides. Let a neutral mediator help to keep the negotiations going as smoothly as possible.
Landlord/tenant disputes: When someone’s home is threatened, they may understandably react out of fear and anger. When a landlord is not receiving rent or their property is damaged, they will be frustrated and worried about their income. Taking these cases to trial is rarely the answer. A mediator can help the parties come to an agreement.