This type of dispute determination can take a couple of forms. For example, certain minor claims courts offer mediators. Instead of hearing a case, a judge may direct parties to work with a mediator to see if they can agree on a settlement short of an actual court verdict.

In other circumstances, the parties involved in a dispute may hire a mediator to help work out an appropriate agreement. While mediation can be much more cost efficient in comparison to a formal legal action (fees are typically split between the parties) and much faster, it is not 100% effective. A mediator is the channel for better communication, but it is up to the two parties involved to willingly agree to any kind of settlement.

There are times though when push comes to shove. ┬áIf you are in St. Petersburg, or anywhere else in Florida and need the services of our Florida Debt Collection Law Firm, please don’t hesitate to call us.

Marcadis Singer, PA

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