Donna Hammack Mediations

What is Mediation?

Mediation is facilitated communications between disputants to reach an agreement that is mutually acceptable. The process is:
You can end the process at any time, for any reason or for no reason.
You are encouraged to work together to solve your problem(s) and to reach what you perceive to be your fairest and most constructive agreement.  
It is confidential.  Discussions and all materials developed for a mediation are not admissible in any subsequent court or contested proceedings, except for a finalized and signed mediated agreement for enforcement purposes. 
The process offers a full opportunity to obtain and incorporate legal and other expert advice and information.  You, as parties, always retain decision-making power.
Impartial, Neutral, Balanced and Safe:
The mediator has an equal responsibility to assist each mediating party and cannot favor the interests of any one party over another, nor should the mediator favor a particular result in the mediation.