When it comes to resolving cases, you need a serious attorney to facilitate the mediation process.
“In order to make mediation more efficient as of August 1 2018 I am offering a $50.00 reduction in my fee to both parties if the mediation can be held in one of the Attorney’s conference room/ rooms”
Jeff Kilgore, Mediator/Arbitrator an attorney with 45 years of negotiation, arbitration and dispute resolution experience, invites your inquiries.
Jeff is available to answer your questions honestly and with integrity. With his combined knowledge and experience, he offers an environment where your disputes may be resolved in a timely and efficient manner. Your dispute can benefit from Dispute Resolution prior to trial or even prior filing litigation a case in court.
Whatever your situation may be, he facilitates disputants’ issues as an impartial dispute resolution professional providing a confidential forum so that the parties may reach an agreement. Jeff has mediated over 1,800 cases.
Jeff provides mediation services in all areas of civil law including:
Mediation is a form of settlement conducted and assisted by an impartial attorney trained in the art of settling disputes. Unlike arbitration and other kinds of alternative dispute resolution, mediation allows the parties to arrive at their own settlement. The mediator makes no findings. The mediation process, a private meeting, may have several stages. First, the parties meet with the mediator in general session. Usually this meeting is without the attorneys being present, but on call if the party desires to discuss an issue with their attorney. During this session, the mediator explains the process and sets forth the ground…Learn More
Arbitration, a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), is a legal technique for the resolution of disputes outside the courts. This is a process through which two or more parties use an arbitrator, being a neutral impartial third party, to resolve a dispute. Arbitration is usually a binding a process where the arbitration award is final and can not be appealed. The arbitrator, as a neutral third party, has a legal and ethical extreme obligation to disclose prior contacts, interests, business dealings, and/or personal involvement in the subject matter the disputants, the attorneys and witnesses involved in the arbitration. Ex…Learn More