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Mediation is effective across a broad array of dispute types, including merchant/consumer, landlord/tenant, professional/client, and neighborhood disputes. Increasingly, parties are turning to CDRP centers for the resolution of more complex matters, including complaints arising under the Americans with Disabilities Act, contested adult guardianship matters, juveniles petitioned into probate court, EEOC complaints, and disputes between farmers and federal agencies[/u]. Several courts and centers are exploring mediating issues that citizens are attempting to resolve by obtaining a personal protection order. In many cases, a dispute may not meet the statutory requirements for a PPO (like nonviolent neighborhood disputes), but nevertheless presents a problem that a CDRP center could help resolve.

 

http://courts.michigan.gov/scao/dispute/index.htm

 

can we ask for mediation instead of trial?

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