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Mediation is an informal and confidential way for people to resolve disputes with the help of a neutral mediator who is trained to help people discuss their differences.

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Superior court programs frequently order parties to mediation at some point during a pending court case.  When this occurs and the parties are ordered to attend a mediation session the coordination is typically administered through the respective county case manager.  In some instances the case manager will assign the mediator; in other situations the attorneys may either refer to a roster member or agree on a specific mediator.  


I am a registered mediator through the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution and a roster member for the ADR (Alternative Dispute Resolution) Superior court programs in Cherokee, DeKalb, Forsyth and Fulton Counties, as well as in the Magistrate court of Cobb County.  I am frequently asked to do mediations in other area counties not listed here by consent (a simple step that can be explained by your attorney (if applicable.)


I have mediated cases in each of the 17 surrounding counties in the Atlanta metro area.  


Further questions that you may have about court connected mediations should be referred to the department/county where your case is pending. Your particular county may have a fee structure that allows for a portion of the mediation to be held at a reduced or subsidized fee.



Court Connected Mediation