Gordon’s expertise in alternative dispute resolution can now reach more people who are suffering in a painful divorce or want to resolve family matters without bitterness and hard feelings.
San Diego, California (PRWEB) October 14, 2013
Rich Gordon, an expert mediator, is responsible for the success behind A Fair Way Mediation Center. Working in this field for 20 years, Gordon has immense expertise and know-how of legal cases and their peaceful resolution. With the new website launch, http://www.afairway.com, Gordon expects his services to have a reach far beyond just San Diego.
Saving hundreds of families and individuals from the hassle of courtroom procedures and high cost of litigation, Gordon’s philosophy behind A Fair Way Mediation Center is to solve separation, adoption and custody matters within the four walls of his office. An informal and friendly atmosphere is what makes dealing with such personal problems much easier and faster.
In addition to traditional marriage dissolution, A Fair Way Mediation Center also has unrivaled success with LGBT relationships, military divorce and long distance mediation.
Gordon’s clients are often impressed in the way he deals with delicate cases like divorce and asset division. Pam, a valued client expresses her gratitude in these words, “I want to thank you for your kind, gentle and reassuring manner in talking with me. I appreciate it more than you know. You have a skill at making people comfortable, and I’m sure that is why you are successful in your practice, as you should be.”
With a new website, Gordon’s expertise in alternative dispute resolution can now reach more people who are suffering in a painful divorce or want to resolve family matters without bitterness and hard feelings.A Fair Way Mediation Center offers a relaxed, informal atmosphere that is conducive to cooperation and mutually satisfying settlements.
Richard Gordon holds B.A, M.A and J.D degrees and serves as an arbitrator, mediator and consensus builder in a number of associations. He is also a member of the Association of Conflict Resolution and National Institute of Dispute Resolution.