Patuxent Mediation Services, LLC
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Mediation
Mediation is a well-established process in which a trained mediator serves as an impartial facilitator in a effort to help the parties reach a solution. The mediator, meeting with the parties jointly or separately, seeks to ensure a common understanding of the underlying issues. He helps the parties generate collaborative solutions and, if they reach agreement, he assists them in writing a settlement agreement. 

Mediation is better than litigation because it is  confidential, faster, and cheaper.

Because mediations may be completed in a matter of hours, rather than years, mediation is far less expensive than litigation.  We charge a reasonable hourly fee that is split between the parties.  



Services We Offer
At Patuxent Mediation Services, LLC, we take care to provide our customers high quality services personalized for their unique needs.
Alternative Dispute Resolution Program Review
Patuxent Mediation Services, LLC can review your existing dispute resolution program or make recommendations for a new one.  We can overhaul 
procedures, design appropriate processes, and evaluate training 
opportunities.  



​Conflict Management Training
Conflicts in the workplace sap energy and hurt the bottom line.  We will work with your organization to design and present conflict management training that will make your workforce more effective and productive.  


Arbitration
Arbitration is a frequently used method of resolving disputes short of going to trial. A neutral party, the arbitrator, reviews the facts, makes rulings on what evidence is admissible, and renders a decision. In commercial and workplace disputes, the decision typically is binding. Arbitration is usually faster and cheaper than pursuing the matter at trial.