Professional Mediation 

What is Mediation?

Mediation is a method of alternate dispute resolution using a neutral third party (mediator) to help parties with communication and negotiations as they work towards a mutually beneficial agreement.

At Roaring Fork Mediation, we work with you to reach consensus on issues that prove difficult to resolve. We are sensitive to the needs of each party, and remain neutral throughout the process.

Our professional mediators work with a variety of issues, with a track record of success. If you are stuck in a dispute and a solution is proving difficult, call us today to see if mediation services are right for you.

Mediation Services

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  • Divorce Mediation
  • Domestic Relations & Civil Unions
  • Landlord & Tenant
  • Water Disputes
  • HOA & Homeowner
  • Neighbor Issues
  • Employment & Workplace Issues
  • Animal Issues
  • Civil Matters
  • Small Claims

Facts About Mediation

Neutral Third Party

A mediator does not decide who is right or wrong or advocate for any particular dispute solution.  Mediators help people or businesses who are struggling to reach an agreement about an issue. Through discussion, facilitated questioning and problem solving, a mediator will help parties reach a consensus.

Mediation is Voluntary

Participation in mediation is completely voluntary and you can choose to stop the process at any time.   Successful mediation is possible, in most situations, when parties are working collaboratively and participating voluntarily.


What is said in mediation is confidential and cannot be used as evidence in court.


Mediation is much more informal than the court process, allowing the parties to engage in open communication and creative problem solving.  

Mutual agreement

The mediator helps parties explore their interests, understand other perspectives and generate options for resolution. A final agreement, if there is one, is reached by mutual consent.