How Mediation Can Help With Your Neighborhood Dispute
Mediation is often an effective method of settling disputes in an informal manner. It may be able to help resolve neighborhood disputes, such as those that involve common driveways, pets, property lines, noise and other nuisance complaints, and even minor assault cases. If mediation is successful, you and the other party can avoid going to court to achieve a resolution of the problem.
During mediation, you and the other party will sit down with a mediator. The mediator is an impartial third party who does not have the power to impose his or her own decision. You and the other party will discuss the problem and work toward a mutually agreeable resolution. The mediator remains impartial, yet helps both parties with the decision making process.
If you think you could benefit from mediation, contact Larry Lefkowitz, Esq., a family lawyer with nearly 30 years of experience. As a family lawyer, Mr. Lefkowitz is also a trained mediator and established the Delaware Valley Dispute Resolution Center to help individuals work out their differences. You can call or text our family law office at (215) 750-9202 .