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Resolution Options

Identifying areas of conflict helps all parties concerned find common ground from where insights can be explored and how they can possibly solve problems. As mediators, we help conflicting individuals, groups, or entities achieve this by pointing out options enabling them to iron out differences and come to an agreement.

From the South Carolina Courts:

Anyone can be a mediator or arbitrator in a dispute, so long as all parties agree. If the parties cannot agree on a neutral, the Court can often appoint one for you. The parties must pay for the neutral; if appointed by a South Carolina Court, the amount is generally fixed by law. Otherwise, the amount is the arbitrator's/mediator's price the parties agree to pay.

Find the Mediation Services You Seek 

Bruck Mediations LLC provides clients in Florida and Tennessee with the neutral leverage necessary to resolve any conflict between parties at odds with each other. This can involve matters requiring civil action to remedy disputes in both the public and private sectors. Contact our mediators today and request free consultations.


Family Mediation 

Family mediation deals with such issues as:

  • Elder Mediation
  • Parenting Plans
  • GAL Investigations

Special Education Mediation (As Defined by IDEA 2004)

Special education mediation deals with concerns related to:

  • Exceptional Student Education
  • Special Education

Civil Mediation

Civil mediation deals with matters related to:

  • Contracts and Employment
  • HOA Dispute Mediation
  • Insurance Mediation
  • Landlord-Tenant Mediation
  • Medical Debt Mediation
  • Real Estate
  • Residential Mortgage Foreclosure
  • Title IX (Post-Secondary Only)

From the Tennessee Courts

"MEDIATION: A voluntary settlement process to help you resolve disputes.”

“Mediation is an informal process where a mediator helps people with a dispute to reach an agreement. The mediation process identifies important issues, clarifies misunderstandings, explores solutions, and negotiates settlement.”

“The mediator is not a judge and does not make decisions or impose solutions on disputes. Rather, the mediator helps those involved in the dispute talk to each other, thereby allowing them to resolve the dispute themselves. The mediator manages the mediation session and remains impartial."

From the Florida Courts

"Mediation is a way for people who are having a dispute to talk about their issues and concerns and to make decisions about the dispute with the help of another person (called a mediator).”

“A mediator is not allowed to decide who is right or wrong or to tell you how to resolve your dispute. In mediation, you can try to find solutions that make sense to you and the other person in the dispute to resolve some or all of your concerns.”

“While the goal is to try to work something out, you may decide it would be better for you not to come to an agreement. Sometimes emotions may be driving the dispute which can make talking to the person or party with whom you are in a dispute difficult.”

“A mediator can assist you in easing the way for communication. The mediator is there as a neutral person to help you focus on solving your dispute; however, the mediator is prohibited from providing therapy, counseling, or legal advice.”

Mediation Session, 1 hour

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