Setting your legal dispute does not have to be an impossible, highly contentious task. Mediation is a dispute resolution option that allows you to collaborate with the other party as you work together to reach an agreement.
At Banks, Stubbs & McFarland we offer mediation services to clients facing family law and civil disputes in Cumming and throughout North Georgia, including mediation for divorce, child custody, and child support.
Call our office at 770-887-1209 to learn more about our mediation services.
The mediation process and the role of the mediator
In the process of mediation, the parties and their attorneys meet with a mediator to help resolve some, if not all, of the issues in their case. A mediator is a neutral person who does not make decisions about the case, acting as a go between for the parties to help facilitate a settlement and help the parties come to a resolution.
In Forsyth County and the surrounding area, mediation is a required process for cases involving contested child custody. It can also be a valuable tool to help parties in all types of litigation resolve contested issues.
Cindy English is a registered and trained mediator in the areas of general civil litigation, domestic litigation and family violence.
Cindy English is an attorney at law practicing in the area of family law, criminal law, civil litigation and business litigation. Ms. English is registered with the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution to mediate civil litigation, family law and domestic violence cases. Ms. English has twenty years of experience in the business and regulatory environment which provides a strong analytical component to her practice and skills as a mediator. Ms. English is also on the list of approved mediators for the 9th Judicial District.
Is mediation right for you? We can help you decide.
At Banks, Stubbs & McFarland LLP we have experience both as attorneys to assist you through a mediation and as actual mediators. Whether you need an attorney to represent you and advise you at a mediation, or you are seeking for one of our attorneys to act as a mediator in your matter, we are well-equipped to help you with this process.