Committed to Resolving Disputes Through ADR
Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) is a process of settling disputes without litigation including mediation and arbitration. ADR allows the parties to come up with more creative solutions that a court may not be legally allowed to impose. Mediation, specifically, is a collaborative process where a mediator works with the parties to come to a mutually agreeable solution and allows the parties to create the terms of resolution.
Miami Mediation Group is committed to resolving disputes in an efficient and peaceful manner. Our mediators strive to make an often stressful process more manageable by using a neutral third party to assist in your decision making in order to come to a resolution for your dispute.
Types of Disputes
Mediating for circuit civil disputes that are pre-suit or already in litigation including, but not limited to matters in:
Guardianship & Elder Law
Insurance (Auto and First Party Property)
An informal and nonadversarial process whereby a neutral third person called a mediator acts to encourage and facilitate the resolution of a dispute between two or more parties. In mediation, decisionmaking authority rests with the parties. The role of the mediator includes, but is not limited to, assisting the parties in identifying issues, fostering joint problem solving, and exploring settlement alternatives.
Elder Law Mediation and Family Planning
Elder mediation can assist families with issues such as caregiving for aging parents, safety and health concerns, family assets, and decisions regarding the the best place for parents to live. One of the core values of Elder mediation is the protection of the rights and integrity of seniors. Here are some articles that help to explain Elder mediation:
Conflict Resolution, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Workshops for Businesses
Conflict in the workplace is common and completely normal, but business owners are not always aware of how it is affecting their bottom line. Our workshops are customized for your specific business and issues with conflict. See some facts and figures below:
A key step in making your workplace an inclusive, safe space for all employees and clients is through dviersity, equity, and inclusion training. See some facts and figures below:
EXAMPLES OF WORKSHOP TOPICS:
Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Workplace
Deescalating High Stress Situations
Understanding Implicit Bias
Basics of Inclusivity: How to Be an Ally
Mindfulness as a Tool for the Workplace
Practical Implications for Conflict Resolution
Techniques for Reducing Conflict
Divisive Times Call for Decisive Measures