Work Towards Satisfying Conflict Resolution
Every day is filled with challenges. We encounter differences in opinions, ideas, values, behaviors, perceptions, and realities. This diversity presents an invaluable opportunity to foster respectful communication, enhance mutual understanding, embrace compassion, and investigate creative possibilities.
The presence of conflict can present new opportunities. Murphy Law Center can work with you to explore your conflict, identify your interests, and forge an appropriate path forward with the goal of providing affordable, collaborative, and satisfying conflict resolution. Experienced in general civil matters, Attorney Murphy works with clients to guide them through their most challenging times.
Mediation is a type of alternative dispute resolution, also known as ADR. This means that it is an alternative to pursuing an adversarial, or oppositional, resolution to your conflict.
The mediator does not represent you or any other party involved with your dispute.
Attorneys can represent clients in a variety of ways. Representation may include providing legal advice, preparing documents, and even representing you during a legal proceeding. An attorney may work behind the scenes to help you or may act as your voice, communicating directly with other parties and to decision-makers such as judges during hearings on your behalf.
What is mediation?
Mediation is a process through which a third-party neutral, whether one person or more, acts as a facilitator to assist in resolving a dispute between two or more parties. The role of the mediator is to facilitate communication between the parties, assist in identifying both the issues creating the dispute and the interests of the parties, and helping the parties generate options to resolve the dispute.
By considering your unique legal issue, the Murphy Law Center can work with you to determine your best course of action.