Mediation Types: Civil, Domestic, and Core

Any type of mediation can be confusing at first, however, there are some differences between the three types that are beneficial in diverse situations. There is no one right way to resolve conflict, but through civil, domestic or core mediation, your conflict can come to a peaceful resolution.
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Mediation Can Work In All Different Types Like Civil, Domestic and Core

Civil mediation is used to resolve disputes including torts, property disputes, employment disputes, civil lawsuits for damages, sexual harassment, workplace disagreements, and automobile accidents to name a few.  Our no-nonsense approach to civil disputes supports participants in resolving their matters quickly, efficiently, and in cost-effective ways.
In contrast, domestic mediation is a process that allows separating or divorce couples, or families with disagreements, to meet with a mediator who specializes in domestic matters, in order to help them resolve specific issues pertaining to their family needs. Our clients use our services to help settle parenting plans, property settlements, maintenance or alimony, child support, and property divisions. Domestic mediators do not advocate for either party, but only help with effective communication and divorce resolutions.
Core mediation is used to settle disputes over money or property only and often in smaller amounts. When complex issues arise through small claims, or between neighbors, HOA, or family members regarding money and property issues (not related to divorce), core mediation with Dispute Resolution Center in Olathe, KS can help settle things in a mutually agreeable way.
Our team is dedicated to helping you reach amenable agreements that you feel comfortable with. If you are in the Kansas City Metro area including Johnson County and Olathe, KS, and believe that civil, domestic or core mediation is the right choice for you, contact us today to schedule a consultation, or feel free to call us at (913) 764-8844 with any questions you have regarding your case.

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