College Station Mediation Lawyer
A jury trial should be a last resort after all other means to settle a disagreement have been exhausted. Alternative dispute resolution is increasingly utilized and often ordered by the judge during litigation.
One of the most effective methods for resolving disputes without a costly trial is mediation. Randy Michel is a collaboratively-trained mediator who understands the important nuance of the opposing attorney and the mediator, having often served in both capacities.
Please contact our College Station law office online today to learn more about our mediation services. You may also call our office at 979-764-2435 to schedule a confidential consultation.
Bryan Attorney for Mediation: Experienced Representation
Mr. Michel also spent seven years as a judge, so he understands and can convey to the mediator, and through him, to the opposing party, the likely courtroom results should the mediation fail. This experience and knowledge affords Mr. Michel a position of unusual strength during mediation and often serves to enhance his clients' position.
Benefits of Mediating a Dispute
Mr. Michel understands that using mediation can provide countless benefits with wide-ranging appeal. These benefits include:
- Significant cost savings
- Reducing the time it takes to reach a final resolution
- Avoiding trial
- Having a say in the outcome and greater control
- Higher rate of compliance with the outcome
- Ability to customize an agreement
- Personal empowerment
Contact a College Station Mediator
You may call our Texas mediation lawyer at 979-764-2435 to discuss the benefits of mediating your dispute. We can also be reached online by filling out a short form, and we will reach out as soon as possible.
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"Randy Michel is an honorable guy, who ensures you are well cared for and fully aware of all legal nuances, no matter what."Tad V.