The ABA has a number of resources to help families, businesses and other organizations think about how to effectively resolve disputes through mediation. Many of these are available through the Mediation Week Toolkit. If you are a party thinking about mediation or a mediator working with parties, you will find the downloadable mediation guides useful. In addition to the general guide there are guides for family mediation, and complex mediation. The ABA has also prepared a resource to help businesses plan for early dispute resolution. Another great resource for parties to a dispute – including parents battling over custody, feuding partners, and disputing neighbors – is the “difficult conversation preparation worksheet” and instructions created and shared by Triad Consulting on their website. We urge you to review, use, and share these resources!
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