We are credentialed mediators for all types of mediations including family mediation.
Call 832-983-3513 for a credentialed mediator for all types of mediation, including family mediation.
Credentialed Mediator/ Arbitrator
At Blue Compass we co-mediate or mediate individually cases like contract/warranty, insurance, HOA, auto accidents, construction, family mediation, divorce mediation, child custody, elder and adult care.
As credentialed mediators, we enable both parties in the conflict to have constructive conversations, identify the key issues and opportunities, as well as feel heard and better understood. Both parties can achieve better long term outcomes when the create their own mutually agreeable solution.
Divorce is stressful for the couple splitting up and any kids involved.
It can end up being a lengthy and timely process as well as very costly one too.
There is no guarantee that the judge will rule in your favor and you might end up losing more than you bargained for.
That is why judges send most couples to divorce mediation.
The mediator enables parents to create a child focused custody plan that suites everyones needs and helps them work through any challenges in the division of marital assets.
As we advance in years life becomes more complex. Maintaining dignity and independence when major health issues occur can be very stressful to you, your family and your financial resources.
Watching your loved one deteriorate due to a debilitating illness or thy can simply no longer able to live independently without assistance, is a huge transition for all.
Tensions arise, communications can spiral out of control and everyone is unhappy. Elder/adult care mediation can help families navigate this stressful process and work together to regain dignity and respect.
Arbitration is a process where two parties agree to settle their dispute through a neutral third party, the arbitrator. Arbitration may be voluntary or contractually required to a resolve dispute. Rather than going before the judge, the case is presented to an arbitrator for final opinion.
The arbitrator is a neutral person who unlike the mediator, does have the authority so deliver a ruling which may or may not be legally binding.
The process is confidential. Final agreements do not go on public record as can be the case when the dispute goes before the court.
After divorce, some couples have difficulty maintaining a good working relationship with their ex partner. This results in an unstable environment for the kids. The courts now appoint parent facilitators (PF) and coordinators (PC) to assist couples having difficulty sticking to previous parent plans. Over a few weeks, the parents learn to identify their own communication challenges and are given tools to communicate better and create a child focused parenting plan that sets everyone up for success.