If you’re involved in a legal dispute with another party, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is often a better alternative to litigation.
Mediation can help both parties save time, money, and stress while reaching a favorable outcome for all.
See how Froerer & Miles in Ogden, UT, can help you reach an agreement without going to court.
Resolve Your Conflict Quickly With the Help of Our Utah Attorneys
Mediation has helped ex-spouses, business partners, and family members alike resolve their disputes and preserve their relationships. If you're having a legal dispute with someone, our certified mediation specialist can help you reach a timely resolution.
Our legal team is ready to hear from you to get this process started.
If you think you could benefit from mediation, our Utah attorneys can help. Request your free consultation at our Ogden, UT, law firm today:
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Meet Our Court Rostered Mediator
Robert L. Froerer
Mr. Froerer helps clients in Ogden, UT, and throughout Northern Utah reach agreements through mediation. He can assess your case and determine if you could benefit from mediation. You can trust Mr. Froerer to guide you through your case and explore all possible solutions until deciding on one that works for both parties.
Why Would I Need a Mediator?
Common cases that benefit from seeking the services of a mediator include Family Law, Estate Law, Real Estate Disputes, Business Law, Personal Injury, and Litigation.
In the state of Utah, the courts require at least one session of mediation if there are contested issues after an answer is filed to a divorce complaint. This means that the two parties must try to resolve their dispute with mediation. If an agreement cannot be made, the divorcing couple may move forward with the court process. Extreme cases may be excused from mediation.
Family Law Disputes
Our law firm believes parents should be involved in shaping their child's life, so we mediate family law disputes like child custody, support, and visitation. This approach can help both parents maintain an active role in parenting. Additionally, mediation during divorce can be beneficial when children are involved as it can help you maintain a stable relationship with your ex.
Understanding the Mediation Process
If you're having a legal dispute with someone, our certified mediation specialist can help you reach a timely resolution.
Preparing for Mediation
Have a clear idea of your priorities and what you hope to gain from mediation. For example, a divorcing couple may prioritize time with their children, and business partners may wish to preserve their relationship in the long term. Try to reach a settlement that addresses these interests.
Enter your mediation session with realistic expectations. Both parties have to be flexible and do their best to understand the other party's goals. You may not get everything you want, but you may be able to negotiate and find terms that are still favorable.
Have an Open Mind
During the mediation process, you may encounter facts and arguments you hadn't considered. Our Utah mediator recommends that clients be prepared for this, keep an open mind, and listen with respect.
"Mediation has helped ex-spouses, business partners, and family members alike resolve their disputes and preserve their relationships."