On Demand: How to Resolve Legal Problems Without Going to Court

  • Courts
  • Community Education/Outreach

Mediation – an informal dispute settlement process led by a trained third party, called a mediator – is a voluntary process and will only take place if both parties agree. It is a confidential process where the terms of discussion are not disclosed to any party outside the mediation hearing. Mediation can be used during any stage of a lawsuit or even before a lawsuit has been filed. Learn how the use of mediation to negotiate a legal problem can save you time and money and help you avoid going to court.

Watch this online video if you have a problem with:
• consumer disputes
• contract disputes
• family disputes
• neighborhood disputes

Presented by:
Sara Campos (https://www.lls.edu/thellsdifference/laasaclassroom/clinics/loyolacenterforconflictresolution/associatedirector/), Associate Director, Loyola Center for Conflict Resolution