James Page facilitates and provides guidelines to the parties after listening to their problems, identifies the main bone of contention and then proposes all the possible solutions parties can select from instead of forcefully imposing his own decision.
(PRWEB) June 27, 2013
Orlando, FL– Page Meditation has launched its website this June offering viable conflict resolution techniques for people who want to avoid expensive court sessions by inviting the involved parties to a supervised discussion. The website explains the fee structure on the cost of James Page’s mediation services, as well as an online form to set up an appointment with him. Should you choose to resolve your disputes with the help of Mr. Page, the sessions will usually be informal and aim at reaching a mutual decision that is acceptable to both the parties through dialogue.
Page Meditation was founded by Mr. James F. Page, a highly skilled Florida Supreme Court certified mediator for Circuit Civil and Family Law. His website, http://www.pagemediation.com, offers education and information on essential dispute resolution options.
As for Mr. Page’s involvement, he comments on this saying, “My role at Page Mediation is to help with resolving of disputes. I offer my experience through the articles posted on the website. However, every possible scenario can’t be discussed in a few words, so I also offer my services through this online resource.”
James Page facilitates and provides guidelines to the parties after listening to their problems, identifies the main bone of contention and then proposes all the possible solutions parties can select from instead of forcefully imposing his own decision on them. This way any decision the parties reach on is entirely proposed by them and is acceptable to all.
With over 1,000 mediations handled to date, James Page guarantees a personalized service and a high success rate for resolving issues quickly and effectively. He understands that to be a successful mediator, one needs to be objective and independent while able to create an environment where effective communication is the first priority.