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A Unique Virtual Mediation System

A Unique Virtual Mediation System

We Mediate Amicable Resolutions  

So People and Organizations Can Get On With Their Lives 

We Mediate Amicable Resolutions  

So People and Organizations Can Get On With Their Lives 

Covenient and Low Profile

  • Our mediation process means there’s no physical meetings for the parties to travel and attend. 
  • The principal parties continue about their normal business while our process toggles between the parties using telephone, fax, written or email communications.
  • This process is less visible and moves along quietly without unwanted fanfare or publicity. 

Mediation Gets Results

Our unique mediation process helps resolve your disputes amicably. Favorable outcomes can include:

 • No court appearances
• No face to face meetings
• No Public Record
• Reduced Costs
• No Judgement
• No intimidating legal process

Satisfaction Guaranteed

  • The most powerful element of mediation versus litigation is that the parties in the dispute are in complete control of the outcome of the mediation. 
  • Once all matters to be mediated can be agreed upon by the parties, the mediation is finalized quickly before any negative issues arise. 

Alternative Debt Resolution

  • Did you know that most civil lawsuits settle without a trial? Did you know that you don’t have to always try your case in court in order to solve your dispute? Other ways to resolve lawsuits are known as alternative dispute resolution (also called ADR). ADR is a general term which includes mediation, facilitation, and other out-of-court strategies for resolving cases without going to trial. ADR allows the parties to play a more active role in resolving their dispute in a more informal setting. Cases can usually be resolved more quickly when ADR is used.

  • In  ADR, trained, impartial persons decide disputes or help parties decide disputes themselves. These persons are called neutrals. Neutrals are normally chosen by the disputing parties or by the court. Neutrals can help parties resolve disputes without having to go to court and follow the formal courtroom procedures. You often have more time and flexibility to fully explain your side of the case using ADR than you would in court.

  • One of the most popular forms of Alternative Dispute Resolution is mediation.  Mediation is an informal process in which a neutral third party – known as a Mediator – helps you and the other party reach an agreement on some or all of your differences. In the mediation process, the mediator helps the parties identify important issues, clarify misunderstandings,  explore solutions, and finalize terms for settlement rather than having a costly and time-consuming trial. In mediation, decision-making by the parties must be voluntary, so only those issues upon which both parties can agree will be included in the settlement.


Mediator's Process - Mediation and nonbinding arbitration are "user friendly" methods of resolution. Mediation allows us to listen to your concerns while nonbinding arbitration allows us to focus on a proposed resolution. With mediation and nonbinding arbitration, you have no obligation whatsoever unless both sides agree and the agreement is documented and signed by both parties.

Mediator's Role - We are a non-attorney neutral party.  To keep things simple, people most often refer to us as mediators. The mediator will work to seek a practical resolution and will not provide legal advice or opinions. If you want legal advice you are advised to consult with an attorney. Your attorney is welcome to participate in our process. We promise to listen to your concerns. We will then focus on a resolution to the dispute.  We will not take sides. We are committed to staying neutral and helping both sides come to an acceptable resolution.  

Your Commitment to the Process - You agree to work cooperatively with the mediator in good faith. You agree to provide reasonable information requested by the mediator to resolve your dispute. You agree to promptly notify us of changes in your contact information including mailing address, email address, phone number, or fax number.  

Communication with the Other Side - You agree that, during the process, all communications to the other side will be through us. You authorize the other side to communicate with us about your legal dispute.  

Final Resolution - No resolution is binding unless both sides agree to it. You are under no obligation to agree to anything. 

Confidentiality -  It is important for you to know that in our process all of our records of your case are strictly confidential. Also, everything you learn about the other side during our process is confidential. Both sides agree to not subpoena us or our records in any legal proceeding. Neither side may use any confidential information from our process later in court, should there be no resolution. These protections allow you to freely participate in our process, without worrying your information will be made public, or used in court.  

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C and C Consulting is a Non-Attorney Mediation Firm

  • This unique mediation program uses an out-of-court, non-attorney process. 
  • If you desire legal advice or need legal representation you should contact an attorney. 
  • You may contact your local Bar Association for attorney referrals.