Mediation Services

Resolving Legal Problems Without Court

Often, mediation is a good alternative to courtroom litigation. It allows parties, including their attorneys, a chance to talk through legal disputes and related issues, while still retaining some degree of control over the outcome.

At Law Office of P. Randall Noah, we offer mediation services to our clients with the goal of helping to settle disputes with compassion and integrity. We will help you get to the root of the problem, meanwhile offering solutions that address the concerns and needs of both parties.

The Benefits Of Mediation

Mediation offers many benefits to clients. For example, mediation allows you to:

  • Avoid the stress, time and costs of a lengthy trial
  • Discuss creative solutions to difficult problems
  • Be flexible in resolving most issues
  • Have more control over your final outcome, rather than giving control to a judge

Mediation allows you the opportunity to explain your perspective of a dispute, listen to that of your opposing party and discuss options that would resolve your dispute in an amicable manner that benefits both parties. Mediation not only allows you to use creative solutions that meet your unique needs, it also assists in maintaining your personal and business relationships. A lawyer can help you protect your interests throughout the process, as well.

Additionally, because the parties are active participants during mediation, most parties are much more likely to abide by a final resolution than one handed down by the court. This can be invaluable post-dispute, as far too many people have trouble recovering on court orders.

Learn What Mediation Can Do For You

Whether your situation is complex or seems straightforward, mediation can be an excellent option. To speak with Mr. Noah and learn what mediation may be able to do for you, call us at 925-402-4529. We have offices located in Orinda and South Lake Tahoe, California, but serve clients throughout the country. You can also reach out through our online contact form.