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Mediation Services Throughout the Eunice Area

If you are looking for a cost-effective way to resolve your disputes, mediation may be right for you. Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) that keeps the court and judges out of your case, allowing you to craft your own terms. This means that your resolution can be made more quickly and with less cost.

To find out more about the mediation services offered by M. Terrance Hoychick and H. Kent Aguillard, call our law offices at 337-466-4419. You may also contact our lawyers online.

What Is Mediation and How Can It Help?

Mediation is a way to resolve your disputes without having to go to court. The main goal is to have a third-party mediator guide the parties to an amicable solution that they both agree on. This allows both parties to move forward with their lives. Some characteristics of mediation are as follows:

  • It is conducted without court supervision.
  • No judges are needed.
  • Both parties must enter into the mediation voluntarily.
  • A third-party neutral mediator conducts the process.
  • The agreement reached is mutually beneficial.

The advantages of a successful mediation are numerous. The process takes much less time than normal litigation that occurs in a courtroom. It is also much less costly and allows the parties to craft their own resolutions instead of relying on a judge to do it for them.

Mediating All Types of Disputes

Our lawyers are experienced at mediating all types of commercial and civil disputes. From probate and real estate disputes to contract and business law concerns, we have helped numerous individuals reach positive solutions to their disagreements.

To find out if your matter is something our attorneys can help you resolve outside of the courtroom, feel free to schedule a consultation at our law firm today. We can be reached at 337-466-4419.

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