Best San Antonio Mediators
Choosing the best mediator for your case may be the first step in the mediation procedure and a vital one. You need a professional mediator whose pattern is appropriate for the conflict and the personas involved, and one who is skilled in the relevant practice area (e. g. family, workplace, landlord/tenant, bankruptcy, healthcare). When disputants invest effort and time to decide on the right mediator for his or her case, the benefit is usually more than just securing a competent and experienced mediator – the truth that the choice is made by mutual agreement can create a collaborative setting before the actual mediation even starts.
Diaz Mediation Arbitration Center
901 NE Interstate 410 Loop #900,
San Antonio, TX 78209
Mediation is a voluntary process in which two or more parties involved in a dispute work with an impartial third party, the mediator, to generate their own solution to settling a conflict. The mediator functions as a neutral facilitator who assists parties and their attorneys to focus on the real issues of the dispute and to generate options for settlement, ultimately arriving at a mutually acceptable resolution. Mediation is often a much less costly and more private way to resolve disputes between businesses or between individuals. Mediation also takes much less time than a formal court case. – diazmediation.com
Divorce Mediation & Counseling, LLC
5108 Broadway #221,
San Antonio, TX 78209
Phone: (210) 822-1708
Creating a successful post-divorce life begins with the decision to care for everyone involved. This includes knowing the potential consequences, both positive and negative, and being prepared to meet them constructively. When children are part of your divorce, our goal is to help you promote their sense of stability, security with a positive outlook on life – now and years down the road. You can count on us. – divorcemediationandcounseling.com
6326 Sovereign Dr #208,
San Antonio, TX 78229
Phone: (210) 421-4414
I offer family law mediations of the highest caliber at a cost reasonable for most clients. I have a high settlement rate and charge less than most other mediators ($750 per party for a full day; $400 per party for a half). I was licensed in 2000 after graduating from St. Mary’s School of Law. In 2012, I devoted my career exclusively to mediation, focusing primarily on family law mediation. Before then, I represented clients in a range of family law and general civil litigation issues through all phases of litigation, including appearances before the Fourth Court of Appeals and Texas Supreme Court. – alwaismediation.com
Tracy Jones Mediation
1518 Blanco Rd #102,
San Antonio, TX 78212
Conflict disrupts our lives, our work, and our families. Ignored or mishandled, it can spin out of control, leading to damaged relationships, decreased productivity, and other significant losses for you, your family, or your family business. Tracy Jones Mediation offers a complete slate of mediation services, including Adoption, Civil, Commercial, Divorce (parenting), Employment, Family (other), General Mediation, Landlord-Tenant, Religious/Church, and Workplace, as well as additional professional services such as Communication Skills Training and Prenuptial Agreements, among others. – tracyjonesmediation.com
Transitions Mediation Center
2722 W Bitters Rd Suite 106,
San Antonio, TX 78248
Transitions Mediation Center is the premier mediation service in the United States. Our team of experienced, dedicated mediators have helped resolve hundreds of complex and contentious disputes. Our mediators work to help different sides understand their situation, the likely consequences of their stated positions, and how to find common ground. They allow the two sides to respectfully develop creative solutions that both sides are comfortable with. Our mediators do not try and cajole or persuade anyone into doing anything they are not comfortable with. – transitionsmediationcenters.com
James A. Hall
8100 Broadway #2,
San Antonio, TX 78209
I have been practicing law as a trial lawyer either as an insurance defense attorney or as a plaintiff’s trial attorney for the last 45 years. In those years, I have represented insurance companies as well as injured people. I still enjoyed the practice of law but would now like to use my trial experience as well as years of practice to help resolve the conflicts been the parties to a lawsuit or pre-litigation. – san-antonio-mediation.com
Sarah Anne Lishman, Attorney, and Mediator
310 S St Mary’s St Suite 2500,
San Antonio, TX 78205
Sarah Anne handles all types of family law matters, including divorce, child custody, modification, and enforcement. Sarah Anne also handles consumer protection claims. She is a credentialed mediator and has experience handling appeals in the Fourth Court of Appeals and the Supreme Court of Texas. She practices in San Antonio, Boerne, and the Texas Hill Country. – lishmanlaw.com
Law Office of Steve J. Vacek, Jr.
326 Linda Dr.
San Antonio, TX 78216
Mediations are conducted in your office, opposing counsel’s office or remotely. If you feel a neutral location is absolutely necessary, arrangements can normally be made to accommodate that need. If you are not in San Antonio and would like the mediation conducted in your office, please contact me to discuss any additional fees that may apply. There is no fee for cancellation unless notice of the cancellation is not received by me until I travel to the mediation, in which event you will be responsible for your entire share of the mediation fee. In San Antonio, if a jury trial is requested, mediation is normally required before trial. If the parties cannot agree on a mediator, the court will appoint one for them. A typical mediation lasts two to three hours. Dress is casual. – vaceklaw.com
Richard Sparr, Attorney, Mediator, & Arbitrator
1313 NE Interstate 410 Loop #100,
San Antonio, TX 78209
As an experienced litigator and San Antonio Mediation specialist, I understand how stressful the legal process can be on all parties involved. My first priority is to provide you with a comfortable and confidential environment to enable you to settle your dispute with a result you are happy with. – sparrmediation.com
Most people fear disagreement and hostile relationships when they consider divorce, separation, custody disputes, or child support issues. Many people believe that the only way to resolve these types of family law issues is for a judge to issue an unfavorable order. Family law issues, on the other hand, are frequently resolved in such a way that both parties are satisfied with the outcome. Most importantly, both parties can feel as if their concerns have been heard and their wishes have been taken into account by the court.
Mediation is a type of alternative dispute resolution in which the parties meet with a neutral third party – the mediator – who helps them reach an agreement that everyone can live with. Mediators are skilled at assisting parties in communicating with one another and finding common ground. The mediator can make recommendations but will not impose an agreement. People who will be affected by the final outcome must agree to the mediator’s recommendations.
Mediation can provide numerous advantages, such as contributing to the final outcome. One significant advantage is the reduction in costs associated with ongoing litigation. An intangible benefit is the reduction of stress associated with the process. Consult with your unbundled attorney to see if mediation is the best way to resolve your legal matter.