Resolve Together is available to help you resolve your disputes remotely.  Online Mediation is a cost-effective, efficient and effective alternative to in-person mediation. It allows participants to participate in mediation via online video conferencing platforms.

Benefits of Online Mediation: Is online mediation for you?

  • You may be in a situation where you would rather not be in the same room as your ex, but still would like to work together to develop a negotiated agreement.

  • Your schedule does not allow you to travel, fight traffic, and pay for parking to get to a mediation session.

  • You’re comfortable using video conferencing since you use it for work all of the time.

  • All you need is a computer or a phone with internet access, and a willingness to collaborate, to get your mediation session off to a great start.

Common Questions About Online Mediation

We understand that you may be new to the idea of online mediation, and uncertain about how it can work for you. Here are some answers to common questions that may help.

Is there a different fee structure for online mediation compared to in-person mediation?

No, you will receive the same flat fee for mediation services regardless of if you choose to meet online or in-person. However, online mediation may result in a cost and time savings for you, since you will not have to incur the cost associated with transportation, and you do not have to factor in commuting time.

If I agree to do online mediation, do I have to use the video function, or can I just call in?

Studies show that 90% of communication is non-verbal. Therefore, if we only rely on someone’s voice during a mediation, it can leave the door open for misunderstandings and false interpretations.

Does my ex and I have to be in the same location to participate in online mediation?

No, you both can choose from which location you will participate. However, you will need to be in a location that is private, free from distractions, and has acceptable internet access.  For example, if one person wants to meet in-person and the other would prefer online, we can accommodate you.

What do I need to do to request online mediation?

All you need to do is contact us for your free initial consultation. You have a few different ways to do this. You can complete the contact us form located on this page. Or you can give us a call at (301) 273-8647. Also, you can book your free initial consultation by going to the Contact Us page on our website.