I’m offering the mediation services of my firm at a lower cost, because I believe everyone deserves professional and experienced mediation services at reasonable cost. - William Rowe, Jr.
Baton Rouge, LA (PRWEB) October 30, 2013
In an effort to further serve his community, William Rowe, Jr. has announced he will offer his firm’s mediation services at reasonable rates to all individuals in response to the rise in mediation costs throughout Louisiana. As part of this outreach to potential clients, he has joined the nation’s front running mediation portal, Mediation.com.
With years of experience as an attorney and with specialized civil litigation mediator training, Mr. Rowe is able to act as a neutral in business mediation matters. He is committed to help both parties reach an agreement that suits their needs and goals as best as possible.
“Mediation is supposed to be the less expensive and less contentious route to resolving differences,” Mr. Rowe said. “But in Louisiana, the trend for mediation costs has been steeply upward. I’m offering the mediation services of my firm at a lower cost, because I believe everyone deserves professional and experienced mediation services at reasonable cost. In order to get that message out there, I’ve joined Mediation.com because it’s the premier mediation community in the country, and the best way to reach the clients that are looking for first-rate mediation services that are truly a better alternative to litigation.”
As a Louisiana State Bar Association-approved mediator, Mr. Rowe has always brought a clear focus on alternate dispute resolution as a less invasive, less expensive, and less time-consuming way of settling all manner of legal and business disputes. His practice areas include professional liability, automobile insurance, and commercial litigation.
Mr. Rowe graduated at the Louisiana State University Law Center in Baton Rouge and was admitted to the Louisiana Bar, the US Federal Court and Court of Appeals, and has built up a thriving practice in Baton Rouge over the last 25 years.