Park City, UT (PRWEB) February 13, 2014
Former Judge Ray Harding has announced the availability of mediation services in the state of Utah. Harding, an experienced mediator, is available for the settlement of a broad range of disputes which include, but are not limited to, divorce and family matters, accidents and personal injury, debtor/creditor, contracts, banking and business, construction and lien, landlord/tenant, real estate, employment, wills, trusts and estates.
Harding is well-versed in matters that need to be resolved in mediation, and has been involved in the legal field as a lawyer, judge or mediator for more than 35 years since his graduation from BYU Law School. Harding’s experiences in the mediation process include all manner of cases that parties thought could not be otherwise resolved.
“I have always felt that it is much better to work toward an amicable compromise between all of the parties involved in the dispute,” said former Judge Ray Harding. “It can be a costly endeavor for everyone involved if litigation is pursued. I frequently believe that a better result can be achieved through mediation.”
Harding is known throughout the mediation community for his fairness and professionalism. While his office is in Park City, Utah, Harding’s services extend throughout the entire state. Harding has demonstrated a willingness to meet the parties involved in a dispute in a location that is agreeable to everyone involved. Harding believes that his reputation and his extensive legal background make him an ideal mediator for any number of disputes.
“I have handled a wide variety of mediation throughout my career,” said Harding. “Whether it has been mediation over the terms of a divorce, issues relating to contracts or disputes over wills, I have seen it all. Thankfully, I have been able to help a great deal of people resolve their disputes in a way that is satisfying to both parties.”
Harding is also known for encouraging that the parties for whom he conducts mediation to be aware of all of their legal rights pertaining to the mediation, and often advises parties involved in certain matters to have an attorney present.
“It is always important for everyone to be aware of their rights as they begin the mediation process,” said Harding. “I strongly suggest that each party has their lawyer present during the session. It is important for these sessions to be fair and equitable.”