You Should Consider Mediation
If you're looking for an effective way to resolve many disputes without the costs and risks of court process, you should consider retaining Gus Brown or Phil Kotschenreuther.
Being a skilled mediator requires training and experience, which of course both Gus and Phil have, but it also requires sensitivity, the possession of an open mind, and the ability to observe, understand and empathize. No wonder both Augustus Brown and Phil Kotschenreuther are sought-out by official boards and private parties alike for Mediation and Arbitration, from all over the Baltimore metropolitan area!
Working with both you and your opposing party, Augustus Brown and Phil Kotschenreuther can:
- Help you reach agreements, build relationships and find solutions that work.
- Help protect your privacy, because (unlike courtroom proceedings), mediation is a confidential process.
- Help save you time and money as compared to traditional litigation.
- Give you a formal opportunity to make your points and feelings known to the other party, and vice versa.
If your case is referred to mediation by a court, or if someone suggests that you try mediation to resolve a conflict, please understand that mediation may help both you and your opposing party satisfy your needs by reaching creative, customized solutions that work for both sides. Many business disputes, family conflicts, neighborhood disputes, and one-on-one issues can be effectively resolved in mediation.
Even some criminal justice cases are better handled in mediation than in court, especially if the people involved have an ongoing relationship.
Remember — you know what your needs are, better than any judge or jury. With the help of skilled mediators such as Gus Brown and Phil Kotschenreuther, you can retain the power to make your own decisions and fulfill those needs, to preserve or improve a troubled business, family or neighborhood relationship.