Neighbor VS Neighbor Mediation Utah
Living with neighbors can raise many issues. While most of these issues remain mere annoyances, sometimes differences in opinion and regard for personal property can turn into major disputes. Noise, boundaries and vandalism are the three major categories for neighbor vs. neighbor disputes. Although some neighbor vs. neighbor disputes require formal litigation to resolve the issue, most can be solved by meeting together through mediation.
Neighbor vs. neighbor mediation allows the parties involved to sit down and communicate about the issues involved in the dispute. There is ample opportunity to resolve personal differences and discuss a reasonable outcome of the situation. The parties involved in these disputes usually remain neighbors long after the dispute has been settled and it is important for these people to remain on good terms. Working out disputes through mediation can help repair the damage done to neighborly relationships while preventing future problems.
Mediation for neighbor vs. neighbor disputes provides a neutral third party to help guide the opposing parties through the mediation process and to an outcome that benefits everyone. The cost of mediation is considerably less than litigation and usually resolves the dispute within a matter of hours. This is ideal in a situation where the two parties live close to each other in order to preserve the community they both live in and the relationships they share through that community.
For questions about neighbor vs. neighbor mediation please call the office of Thomas V Rasmussen (801)484-3000