Mediation Attorney located in Moorhead
Serving Fargo, Moorhead, Cass County, Clay County & the Surrounding Areas
Not all legal problems should be litigated in a courtroom and in front of a judge. When people have the opportunity to sit down – either with each other or with the help of a go-between – “dirty laundry” is kept out of the public eye.
At Joe Irby Law Firm, we have Rule 114 Qualified Neutrals ready to sit down and help resolve your divorce and custody disputes. Nobody knows your situation better than you do, and it is better to resolve your issues privately than to have a judge try to decide in a few hours who is better suited to raise the children after both parties have painted each other negatively. Taking your case to court can be ugly and expensive – and it will be public. Maintain your privacy and work with our Moorhead mediation attorney to resolve your legal matter effectively and amicably.
Give us a call at (218) 325-5050 to schedule a consultation and learn more about how we can assist you.
When to Choose Mediation
If you and the other party are willing to cooperate, work together, and compromise, you can avoid the stress and the expense of the courtroom. Mediation is a great method for a variety of cases.
You can use mediation to resolve disputes regarding:
Why Choose Mediation?
Mediation is a great dispute-resolution tool that many people choose to utilize when resolving family matters, business disputes, and other problems.
When you choose mediation, you can:
- Save money on court costs and attorney fees
- Save time and resolve your case faster
- Have greater control over the outcome of your case
- Resolve your case on your own schedule, without any deadlines or required timelines
- Avoid the stress of a contentious court battle
- Maintain a more amicable relationship with the other party or parties
Our mediation attorney in Moorhead offers compassionate and thoughtful service, working hard in the pursuit of a fair and favorable resolution that keeps the peace and leaves all parties satisfied.