A. Vega Rubio Law, LLC has two experienced Certified Mediators who focus their mediation practice on small claims cases. These cases are usually filed in the justice of the peace courts in Texas. The limit to the amount that a person can sue for in the justice of the peace court is $20,000.
What is Mediation?
In short, Mediation is an alternative to going to trial. It consists of a neutral third party (the mediator) discussing the disputed issues with each party. This can be done in a joint meeting or separately. The goal of a mediation is to reach an agreement without having to go to trial.
What are the benefits of Mediation?
If the parties enter into an agreement the results are legally binding.
It saves the parties from having to go to trial
Unlike court proceedings, mediations are confidential, even if an agreement is not reached.
The length of mediation can vary. Thus, unlike trial, mediation provides the parties with the time they need to come to an amicable resolution.
An agreement can be reached without having to speak or see each other.
Let an experienced mediator guide you through the process so that both parties can focus on finding an amicable solution.
IN PERSON or VIRTUAL
Whether you want to come in and mediate in person or do it online - we can adjust to your preference and schedule.
Everything you say during Mediation is confidential. The mediator is not permitted to repeat anything you say to anyone else, unless you say so.
WIR SPRECHEN DEUTCH
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