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Alternate Dispute Resolution (ADR)

There are three types of Alternate Dispute Resolution; negotiation, arbitration and mediation. 

Mediation refers to a process where a trained mediator facilitates very difficult conversations between two parties who have a dispute.  Mediation is a creative way of resolving disputes in that it is voluntary, confidential and low cost in comparison to going into court where everything is public record and there is a possibility that you might not get the satisfaction you want.   
 
At present, our author is a mediator with 80 hours of training in conflict resolution management.   His specialties include: employment law, co-worker disputes, general business law, consumer law and internal disputes within organizations.  

For more information or to schedule an appointment, please use the links above to call us or email us.  

Other ADR Resources in Kitsap County

Dispute Resolution Center of Kitsap County   9004 Washington Avenue NW Silverdale, Washington 98383
​360-698-0968. 


IMPORTANT DISCLAIMER:  Our author is not an attorney or judge, and he cannot provide any advice or opinion on cases presented in mediation.  Parties should consult an attorney prior to mediation.   Our author reserves the right to decline any case when he determines that there is a "conflict of Interest."