"...a good mediator knows how to facilitate, not force, compromise."

Mediation is always a preferable alternative to litigation. Litigation is costly, both emotionally and economically. Mediation is based on compromise, and a good mediator knows how to facilitate, not force, compromise. A good mediator is neutral and impartial and allows the parties to own their agreement. A good mediator abides by all ethical rules and obligations and instills confidence in the parties that the mediated agreement is a just resolution of the dispute.

Marcus A. Roland is a trained mediator certified by the Kentucky Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) and a member of the AOC's official roster of registered mediators. Contact him about his alternative dispute resolution services for your next mediation.