Colorado Mediators & Arbitrators

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General Information

  • Official name: Colorado Mediators & Arbitrators
  • Country: USA
  • City: Denver
  • Type of organization: Non-profit Organization
  • Date of creation: -
  • Interests: Mediation
  • Fields of expertise: All kinds of Disputes

Description of Colorado Mediators & Arbitrators

What’s Keeping you up at Night?

A distressing, nagging dispute that never seems to go away? Fear of starting a legal battle with unlimited cost and an unknown result? Alienation from a loved one? Your best shot at gaining an outcome you can live with is to engage in a process where your voice is heard.

=Services

  • Mediation is the preferred form of business and contract negotiation to resolve disputes. Mediation gives parties control over the outcome. Approximately 85-90% of parties who mediate come to voluntary agreement.
  • Arbitration provides a binding result and is less formal, less expensive and more timely access to resolution. Arbitration clauses are routinely included in many business and commercial contracts. Virtually all consumers have entered into arbitration agreements, whether or not they realize it.
  • Med-Arbitration is a new option offered by Colorado Mediators & Arbitrators LLC. When voluntarily and unanimously elected by the parties, Med-Arbitration allows for a formal process to negotiate a settlement prior to having a binding decision imposed.

Matching Parties in Dispute with a Choice of Experts Skilled in Mediation & Arbitration

Colorado Mediators & Arbitrators, LLC offers Dispute Resolution Excellence. CoMA's Dispute Resolution Forum is accomplished at bringing challenging matters to a prompt, confidential, and economical conclusion. CoMA closely matches the subject matter of your dispute with a mediator or arbitrator who has experience & knowledge that pertains to your case.

Two Primary Objectives of Mediation

Evaluative Mediation

Evaluative Mediation is a negotiation based upon the legal strengths and weaknesses of the case, and is often used by attorney mediators. This type of mediation may also be referred to as a Settlement Conference. Evaluative Mediation is useful in litigation avoidance. When a lawsuit has been filed, an experienced Evaluative Mediator is generally successful in facilitating a settlement that allows parties to agree to the terms and conditions set forth in a negotiated Memorandum of Understanding, or MOU. The MOU may be filed in court with a request that it become an order for enforcement. When successful, an Evaluative Mediation resulting in an MOU may save clients thousands of dollars in litigation costs and years in terms of waiting for a final hearing in court. This type of settlement offers the highest degree of control for the parties in a dispute.

Facilitative Mediation

Non-attorney Mediators often lend their Industry Experience and Skill Set to provide a negotiated settlement based upon Industry Standards and Relationship Building. The objective in this type of mediation is to 'Resolve Conflicts while Preserving Relationships.' Facilitated Mediation / Negotiation is useful in relationship- building that may or may not have a litigious element. Facilitated Mediation / Negotiation is extremely desirable in ongoing relationships such as employment, family, and partnership issues.

Contact

4600 S. Syracuse, Suite 900, Denver, CO 80237 - USA

Phone: 303-864-9675

Fax 866-435-9437

Email: administrator@coma.com

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