Learn about mediation programs available through the courts. To view these brochures, you need the Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is free. Please use a recent version of Acrobat Reader.
Small claims cases are generally referred to mediation before being heard by a judge. The following brochures provide information you can print out.
If you and your partner want to reach an agreement...you can meet with a mediator from a community mediation center. [More]
Mediation can be used for contested probate, trust or guardianship of property cases. Find out more about mediation for probate court. (Adobe Acrobat PDF file)
Learn about mediation, facilitation and arbitration in this brochure. (Adobe Acrobat PDF file)
Mediation is an informal, private process to help parties discuss, define, and resolve their dispute. Read Mediation - Solutions, Satisfaction, Success for more information. (Adobe Acrobat PDF file)
Find out about facilitation, its advantages, and how it works in What Is Facilitation? (Adobe Acrobat PDF file)
Read Public Policy Dispute Resolution to find out how facilitation may help with public policy issues. (Adobe Acrobat PDF file)
Read articles about recent events and the Center for ADR's services in our ADR Newsletter.
This annual report summarizes the Center's work during Fiscal Year 2013 (Adobe Acrobat PDF file).
The Brand Strategy Group's Final Summary Report presents a communications strategy focused on improving public attitude toward mediation and encouraging the use of mediation.