Allison Harrison
February 26, 2021

What is Mediation in Ohio?

Understanding the Role of Mediation in Dispute Resolution

Mediation is a process where a third-party, with no interest in the dispute, works to facilitate a resolution. This third-party member is known as a mediator. A mediator acts as a neutral intermediary between the parties, helping the parties come to a mutual agreement without the involvements of the Courts or Arbitrators.

Exploring the Versatility and Benefits of Mediation

Mediation can be done as part of a court order, a contract, or can be done voluntarily by the parties to the dispute. Mediation helps resolves disputes quickly and efficiently without the expense of a trial. It may be necessary when dealing with a business dispute to contact a mediation lawyer for information regarding mediation and how the process can be used to avoid an expensive trial for your company.

Leveraging Mediation at Allison L. Harrison Law, LLC

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Leveraging Mediation at Allison L. Harrison Law, LLC

At Allison L. Harrison Law, LLC, we have found mediation to be very useful. Mediation is a useful tool to reduce the costs of litigation and resolve issues quickly. If both parties agree to the mediation, or it is ordered by the court, the end result for our clients is saving overall time and more importantly, money.

Contact ALH Law for Expert Mediation Services

If you have questions for a small business mediation lawyer or are interested in the details of mediation for your business settlement, please contact the professionals at ALH Law by phone, (614) 440-1395 or via email at to schedule a consultation with an experienced mediation lawyer in Columbus today.

Please note that the information contained in this article is intended for general informational purposes only and not as specific legal advice. The facts of your situation may differ from this general information. It is not intended to and does not in any way establish an attorney-client relationship. Persons and businesses do not become clients unless and until Allison L. Harrison Law, LLC agrees to act for them and that agreement is confirmed in a retainer agreement or other writing.