This article will help you discover:
- Why a mediator is a much better option for your dispute than taking the case to court.
- The role of a mediator, as well as the role of the attorney who has hired the mediator.
- What an attorney’s client should know about the meditation process.
Can Your Firm Help Civil Litigation Attorneys Who Need A Mediator?
Attorney Jeremy Dubyak is a Supreme Court Certified Circuit-Civil Mediator with over 15 years of experience in mortgage foreclosure litigation. This includes all aspects of the foreclosure process, such as foreclosure defense, loan modification, private lenders, and other aspects of real estate law. He has represented private lenders in foreclosure, as well as defended against private lenders.
Mr. Dubyak also has experience with creating, defending, and prosecuting contracts for deeds or private mortgages. As a Circuit-Civil Mediator, attorney Jeremy Dubyak can bring his practice and skills to work for civil litigation attorneys and other parties.
What Are The Benefits Of Mediation?
A mediator helps parties come to an agreement about disputes. The benefit of mediation is it allows the parties to determine the agreed end result that they find most favorable in the particular situation.
The problem with going to court is that you leave the case in the hands of a judge to determine the conclusion. Each party explains their case and presents their evidence, and then the judge makes a ruling. A judge is just a third party who is there to make a decision.
With mediation, you get an opportunity to sit down with the other side, have a mediator walk through the options with both parties, and determine if they can come to an agreement. If an agreement can be reached, the parties get to create a better solution to settle the dispute between them, rather than leaving it to a judge who is not as invested in the outcome.
Disputes of any kind can be stressful and create significant losses. The court system often does not allow both parties to walk away feeling satisfied. Mediation presents a chance to have a holistic solution as opposed to a winner-take-all outcome.
What Is The Role Of An Attorney Who Hires Your Firm To Mediate Real Estate Disputes In Florida?
The role of the attorney who hires the mediator is to be there on behalf of their clients. The attorney will want to hire a mediator who has experience with the types of cases that they are handling. For example, if they are dealing with a foreclosure problem or a contract dispute, they would hire Dubyak Law Firm because we are experienced in these types of cases.
What Does My Client Need To Know About The Mediation Process Before We Hire Your Firm To Resolve The Dispute?
A client needs to be informed about how the mediation process works. They should know that everything that is said during a mediation is confidential and cannot be used against the clients in court. All settlement negotiations are held in strict confidence within the confines of the mediation.
The mediator is there as a neutral party. They are not there to advocate for a resolution for either party or side. They are there to help the parties reach an agreement that is most beneficial for both of them.
With the guidance of a skilled attorney for Real Estate Mediation Cases, you can have the peace of mind that comes with knowing that we’ll make it look easy. For more information on Real Estate Mediation in Florida, an initial consultation is your next best step. Get the information and legal answers you are seeking by calling (850) 266-7822 today.