Mediation is a way of resolving issues between two or more persons. This process is led by a neutral person who has been trained to help both parties reach a wise agreement that satisfies the needs of all. Mediation empowers the parties to make a decision in a controlled and fairly balanced environment that is confidential and voluntary. It is a way to save time and money, to maintain privacy, and to avoid litigation.

Mediation can help with such issues as:

  • Co-parenting differences
  • Coworker problems
  • Employment grievances
  • Neighbor disputes
  • Divorce
  • Custody agreement modifications
  • Child support modifications
  • Elder care decisions
  • Conflicts in a congregation
  • Clergy/congregation conflicts
  • Small business disagreements
  • Wrongful termination
  • Any other conflict that might lead to a lawsuit or long-term relationship damage

CCCG has trained and state registered mediators who would be able to help you resolve your disputes.