Why Mediation Works

Community association disputes—whether they involve owner-to-owner, owner-to-board, or association-to-third party—are no different than any other commercial dispute in that the overwhelming majority of them are resolved short of trial, and in many instances, without litigation altogether. But how do combative or contentious parties come together to reach a reasonable resolution? Many times the answer lies in alternative dispute resolution, or ADR, methods, and more specifically, through mediation.    Read more……..


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