Contact Robert Mudd by phone - 251-432-6124
Robert H. Mudd, Jr.
AGGRESSIVELY FIGHTING FOR YOUR RIGHTS
Mediation What is Mediation? Mediation is a form of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) that is being offered by the courts as an alternative to the traditional litigation process. Mediation is an informal process in which a neutral third party assists the opposing parties in trying to reach a voluntary, negotiated resolution of their dispute. The decision to mediate is voluntary although some jurisdictions are requiring mediation as part of the litigation process in the hope that some cases will be resolved there. A mediator does not render judgment or impose a decision on the parties. Instead, the mediator helps the parties to agree on a mutually acceptable resolution. Mediation gives the parties the opportunity, with the assistance of an independent, knowledgeable and impartial third party, to discuss the issues giving rise to the dispute, clear up misunderstandings, determine the underlying interests or concerns, find areas of agreement and, hopefully, to reach a settlement. When you want to discuss mediation in Mobile County or other locations in Alabama, I — Robert H. Mudd, Jr. Attorney at Law — will help you. Call 251-432-6124 or contact me online to schedule a free initial consultation. What are the advantages of mediation? Mediation can be an efficient process that saves time and money. Successful mediation avoids a time consuming, expensive litigation. The majority of mediations are completed in one session, which usually lasts for one to five hours. In addition, the parties can schedule the mediation for a time of their choosing rather than a date selected by a judge. Mediation is fair. Mediators are neutral third parties who have no interest in the outcome. Their role is to help the parties resolve the charge. Mediation is a confidential process. The sessions are transcribed or recorded. Notes taken during the mediation are discarded at conclusion regardless of the outcome. Mediation avoids lengthy and unnecessary litigation. The process can be concluded at the parties' convenience. Let me take care of the legal struggle on your behalf so that you can concentrate on healing. Call 251-432-6124 or contact me online to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case. My office hours are 8-5, Monday through Friday, and I offer weekend and evening meetings by appointment only. My office is by the downtown Mobile post office.
Contact Robert Mudd by phone - 251-432-6124
Robert H. Mudd, Jr.
AGGRESSIVELY FIGHTING FOR YOUR RIGHTS
Mediation What is Mediation? Mediation is a form of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) that is being offered by the courts as an alternative to the traditional litigation process. Mediation is an informal process in which a neutral third party assists the opposing parties in trying to reach a voluntary, negotiated resolution of their dispute. The decision to mediate is voluntary although some jurisdictions are requiring mediation as part of the litigation process in the hope that some cases will be resolved there. A mediator does not render judgment or impose a decision on the parties. Instead, the mediator helps the parties to agree on a mutually acceptable resolution. Mediation gives the parties the opportunity, with the assistance of an independent, knowledgeable and impartial third party, to discuss the issues giving rise to the dispute, clear up misunderstandings, determine the underlying interests or concerns, find areas of agreement and, hopefully, to reach a settlement. When you want to discuss mediation in Mobile County or other locations in Alabama, I — Robert H. Mudd, Jr. Attorney at Law — will help you. Call 251-432-6124 or contact me online to schedule a free initial consultation. What are the advantages of mediation? Mediation can be an efficient process that saves time and money. Successful mediation avoids a time consuming, expensive litigation. The majority of mediations are completed in one session, which usually lasts for one to five hours. In addition, the parties can schedule the mediation for a time of their choosing rather than a date selected by a judge. Mediation is fair. Mediators are neutral third parties who have no interest in the outcome. Their role is to help the parties resolve the charge. Mediation is a confidential process. The sessions are transcribed or recorded. Notes taken during the mediation are discarded at conclusion regardless of the outcome. Mediation avoids lengthy and unnecessary litigation. The process can be concluded at the parties' convenience. Let me take care of the legal struggle on your behalf so that you can concentrate on healing. Call 251-432-6124 or contact me online to schedule a free consultation to discuss your case. My office hours are 8-5, Monday through Friday, and I offer weekend and evening meetings by appointment only. My office is by the downtown Mobile post office.