Mediation offers a safe place for disagreeing parties to meet. This voluntary process is led by impartial mediators with a goal to come to an agreement that satisfies everyone. Ninety six percent of our clients recommend mediation as a tool for conflict resolution.
Eviction Resolution Pilot Program
A place for Pierce County landlords and tenants to receive free mediation support for those facing eviction due to COVID. We bring both parties together to engage in dialog to create solutions and avoid eviction. Get started today!
Family, School, & Neighborhood
Divorce/Dissolution | Parenting Plans (Original or Modifications) | Third Party Custody | Elder Care | Teen with Parent | Landlord-Tenant (unrelated to COVID) | Noise, Nuisance | Animals | Parking | Homeowner Associations | Property Boundaries | Code Violations (referred from Municipal or District Court)
Teen with Parent
We offer a safe place to address conflicts within the family. Specifically for teens who are having trouble with their parents, school, or with the law.
This type of mediation is run by a mediator who may either be an attorney or person with substantive knowledge about the issues to be discussed and can be required by the court before contending parties go to trial in a civil dispute.
More Mediation Options
Civil, Business & Consumer Mediation
- Personal Injury
- Motor Vehicle Accident
- General Liability
- Real Property
- Incomplete Work
- Organization expectations
- Communication Issues
- Roles and Responsibilities
- Personality differences
- Pre-and Post-Grievance
Organizational, Group & Public Policy Mediation
- Group Dynamics
- Improve Teamwork
- Customer Service
- Communication Issues
- Community Involvement
- Best Practices
- Strategic Planning
- Multi-party & Multi-agency
- Resolve Unmet Expectations
The Foreclosure Fairness Act provides Washington homeowners facing foreclosure the opportunity to mediate with the lender. Homeowners desiring to pursue mediation, must be referred to mediation by a housing counselor or attorney, call 877.894.HOME (4663).
Small Claims Mediation
A quick, cost-effective way to resolve money-related disputes that two parties have been unable to work out on their own.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is mediation voluntary?
Yes, mediation is a voluntary process that two parties agree to prior to scheduling a mediation. This voluntary process is led by impartial mediators with a goal to come to an agreement that satisfies everyone.
Yes, mediation is a voluntary process. The two parties agree to meeting when scheduling a mediation.
We ask for you to set aside 4-hours. During this time you will have the opportunity for breaks. Some mediations may not take the entire session.
This voluntary process is led by impartial mediators with a goal to come to an agreement that satisfies everyone. The mediators are there to guide you through the mediation process in a safe place without bias.
You can have a support person, but that person is not involved in the mediation dialog. During breaks you are able to speak with your support person. The only circumstance where an attorney is present is when you are participating in a Settlement Conference mediation.