Professional Mediation Service
Create leverage to achieve the outcome you desire with FRAUD STOPPERS professional mediation services.
Have you or your attorney reached a deadlock in your litigation or modification negotiations?
If so, let our ex-banking executive, who is a professionally trained mediator, help you get the remedy you deserve. FRAUD STOPPERS mediator is a banking insider with nearly two decades of experience structuring and negotiating loan modifications.
Our associates are more than just capable and experienced mediators and experienced negotiators. We understand just how to get you out of that difficult situation.
Our Mediation Services include:
- Online eCommerce
- B2B, B2C, Items and Services
- Property Disputes
- Financial Issues
- HOA and Landlord/Tenant
- Family & Divorce
Our Strategic Negotiation Services Include:
- Foreclosure Advocacy
- Deed-In-Lieu of Foreclosure
- Settlement in lieu of trial
In all cases, FRAUD STOPPERS professionally trained expert mediator attempts to constructively utilize what might otherwise be “down time” for the non-caucusing party while also attempting to create some flexibility through the inducement of new perspectives or through the creation of doubt and dissonance.
In all conference situations, there is a increased dependence on the mediator’s management of the mediation process.
In strategic negotiations, there are multiple, shared, compatible, and conflicting interests. Identifying these shared and compatible interests as “common ground” or “points of agreement” is helpful in establishing a foundation for additional negotiation discussions.
Benefits of Mediation include Reduced Costs, Greater Control, Confidentiality, Faster Outcome,
Preserves the Relationship, High Compliance Rate, and Leverage needed to achieve a successful outcome or win/win scenario.
FRAUD STOPPERS Mediators are trained in working with difficult situations. The mediator acts as a neutral facilitator and supports each party through the process.
The mediation is arranged at a venue convenient to the parties, whom each have their own room as well as a separate room for joint meetings.
Parties who have reached their own agreement in mediation are also generally more likely to follow through and comply with its terms than those whose resolution has been imposed by a third-party decision-maker.