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What is Mediation?

Mediation is an informal process which an impartial third party, the mediator, assists disputing parties reach a mutually acceptable agreement regarding their dispute. The mediation session is intended to identify pertinent issues, clarify any misunderstandings, explore solutions, and negotiate a mutual agreement. Mediation allows the parties to resolve their dispute, on their own terms, without court or jury trial. Benefits of Mediation includes:

  • Cost effective, straightforward and quick: litigation and arbitration are expensive and lengthy;

  • Less time-consuming: mediation can be scheduled as soon as both parties agree to use mediation to resolve the dispute;

  • Parties decides the outcome of their dispute: no judge or jury;

  • Prompt settlement: instead of months or years of trial and discovery requests.

  • Promotes better relationships and improved communication through cooperative problem-solving;

  • Private and confidential: YOU reach an agreement that works for you.

My years of legal and business experience, as an attorney, entrepreneur, and former EEOC

Supervisor and Director of Civil Rights and Conflict Manager, can help guide your conflict to a prompt and successful mutual resolution. Lula specializes in mediating the following:

  • Accidents

  • Business Disputes

  • Child Visitation

  • Construction

  • Custody/Guardianship

  • Divorce

  • Employment

  • Elder Care

  • Estate/Property Disputes

  • Landlord/Tenant Disputes

  • Slip and Fall

  • Personal Injury

  • Pet Disputes

  • Products Liability

  • Wrongful Death

The Cole Law Office is committed to assisting those involved in a dispute find a resolution. We work diligently to identify the best possible avenues toward a resolution and makes every effort to guide parties towards settlement.


No representation is made that the quality of the legal services to be performed is greater than the quality of legal services performed by other lawyers.

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