Mediation is a collaborative and confidential process for problem-solving. It empowers the parties to control the outcome of their dispute or divorce by allowing them to design a legally-binding agreement.
At BMG, we specialize in facilitating conversations designed to help you resolve your disputes with your mental health in mind. In addition to our low-conflict approach, you can reach your resolution from the comfort of home, allowing you to resolve your concerns privately, efficiently, and cost-effectively.
Our private mediation practice is guided by the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution (GODR).
Our virtual mediation supports online video conferencing with document sharing for clients with high-speed internet access and a device with a camera.
Benefits of Virtual Mediation
In mediation, the entire day is set aside (though you may not need it) to hear both parties' individual concerns in detail and allow you to explore multiple options without rushing you or pre-judging you.
You Have Input on the Decision
In mediation, the parties are empowered to reach their own solutions versus having outcomes determined by others.
When you mediate, you construct a resolution tailored to your current and future interests.
Mediation allows your concerns to be settled privately (100% confidential) and from the comfort of your home, preserving your reputation. You can also avoid any unpleasantness of being forced to interact with (see or hear) the other party as the mediator is able to speak with both parties separately to maintain focus on the resolution.
Needed Options Remain Open
Participating in mediation does not interfere with the parties’ right to trial. Parties may stop a mediation at any time and request that the case be placed on a trial calendar.
Evening and Weekend Appointments Available.