Our Texas Attorneys Use Mediation to Avoid Expensive Litigation
Helping businesses and individuals resolve their legal disputes amicably
The attorneys at Stewart & Wiley are skilled negotiators who can help you obtain the best possible settlements while preserving amiable relationships. Mediation gives you control over the process and can often provide more expedient, predictable results than going to trial.
We work for you in cases including:
- Contract disputes
- Real Estate
- Property Owners Association issues
- Family disputes including divorce and child custody
Strategic planning and decisive action
From filing a complaint on your behalf to mediating an equitable solution, our persistence and knowledge achieve results. We thoroughly analyze your case to calculate a strategic course of action. Then we put our plan into action. We calculate each move to reach your objectives. We anticipate opposing counsel’s next move and adjusts our tactics to maneuver into a better position.
In many cases, both parties are best served when they establish a cordial relationship. Through the structured process of mediation, you can set aside hostility and agree on key points. Mediation often helps preserve the stability and well-being of employment, community, or business relationships during the turbulent process of litigation or prior to filing a lawsuit. The predictability of mediation reduces the stress of legal conflicts and puts important decisions in your hands, not in the court’s power.
We carefully direct contract negotiations toward an agreement that accomplishes your business goals. You can avoid potential problems by having a well-drafted contract that explicitly states all the terms of your agreement. You will feel confident that you are absolutely in compliance with Texas law and that your rights are protected should a dispute arise.
Resolving contract disputes
When a contract breach occurs, it can wreak havoc on your business. When it’s in your best interest to resolve a dispute outside the courtroom, we can effectively guide negotiations toward win-win solutions, often preserving business relationships, and sparing you the expense and uncertainty associated with litigation.