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Our Mediation Services

Alternative dispute resolution such as mediation can be a valuable tool to reduce the length and expense of legal matters. In Michigan, alternative dispute resolution is required in all civil litigation, including contested divorce cases. Holmes & Wiseley, P.C., mediation services are designed to help parties in dispute reach agreeable outcomes while saving the time and expense of court. Many times, the deciding factor in assisting both parties in resolving a claim is the effectiveness of a mediator.

How Mediation Can Help

Holmes & Wiseley, P.C., mediation services was formed to help people and organizations create positive outcomes from conflict. A proven method to bring out the best in everyone in the midst of a challenging negotiation is the addition of a trained mediator. An early settlement in a personal injury suit, a new contract between longstanding business partners, a co-parenting plan for a divorcing couple, or a plan to address employee concerns in the workplace with dismissal of an Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) charge and union grievance are examples of agreements forged with the help of Holmes & Wiseley, P.C., mediation services.

We have several partner attorneys who are trained mediators with extensive experience in mediation and alternative dispute resolution. Both Michael S. Dantuma and Aaron D. Wiseley have undergone the state court administrative office 40-hour civil mediation training and have experience in mediation on a variety of civil litigation matters, including family law.

Contact Our Lawyers To See If Mediation Is Right For You

You can reach one of our experienced attorneys by calling our Grand Rapids, Michigan, office at 616-649-1411 or reach us online.