Mediators in Katy, TX
Avoid Costly & Lengthy Litigation
If you are involved in a family law dispute or civil case, mediation is
an effective and affordable alternative dispute resolution for many families.
Alex Hunt, the founding attorney at Hunt Law Firm, PLLC, provides mediator
services for parties and attorneys seeking to avoid unnecessarily long
and expensive litigation in court. Mr. Hunt mediates cases pending in
Harris County, Fort Bend County, and Waller County.
Mediation is a process in which a trained, neutral third party facilitates
a discussion between the disputing parties with the goal of reaching a
solution to which all parties can agree. Some Texas family court judges
may order parties to go to mediation before a final decree is rendered
in divorce and child custody cases.
Why consider mediation?
Mediation is not always required, but a judge may order both parties to
undergo the process to ensure that communication is happening, as parents
are making important decisions regarding their children's futures.
With mediation, attorneys and their clients are often able to reach creative
solutions to emotional and complicated matters without having to go to
court, which can be a long and drawn-out process. In addition, all parties
can expect a comfortable, private environment.
Mediation as an alternative to litigation can offer many benefits, such as:
- Lower costs
- More privacy
- Less hostility
- Quicker process
We will work to create a comfortable, compassionate environment for clients
and attorneys. As a family law attorney who understands the way courts
work and typically rule on key issues, Alex Hunt will work to help each
party reach an agreeable resolution so that they can save time and money.
Attorney Alex Hunt is a trusted, trained mediator, having participated
in the 40 Hour Basic Mediation Training and the 30 Hour Advanced Family
Mediation Training at the A.A. White Dispute Resolution Center at the
University of Houston Law Center.
Call Hunt Law Firm, PLLC today to schedule an affordable 1/2 day session, full-day session, or
multiple-day mediation session for you and the parties involved in your case.