As we’ve mentioned in our post, 3 Things You Didn’t Know About Mediation, mediation is a great way to find common ground. You might be wondering which types of cases can you use mediation for. We want to highlight some of the best types of cases that we find mediation useful for.

Personal Injury cases such as automobile accidents, falls, and injuries are all cases that can be solved in mediation. If you have reached a standoff in personal injury claims, mediation is a way to break the stalemate.

Solving business disputes and contract cases through mediation can be a quicker and more affordable way to reach an agreement. A mediation can help determine terms of a buyout, including price, terms of a buyout and non-compete requirements. In a contract dispute, a Mediator can help both parties reach a solution and decide whether or not to continue a business relationship.

Mediation serves well for family law cases such as divorce and child custody cases. Mediation can be a comforting substitute to entering into trial in court. Many factors suggest that mediation can often be the smarter choice for both you and your client.

Estate planning is a process by which one generation passes wealth to others. The estate planning attorney will give advice on an approach that will work best for them. Mediation can come into play if, after the clients are deceased, there are disputes among the heirs or beneficiaries.

If you have questions about whether or not your case should use mediation, our attorneys are ready to help you and answer any questions they may have.