Mediate Real Estate Disputes with Certified Mediator Nate Ross

Mediation is a non-binding form of dispute resolution that can be used to resolve a legal dispute outside of court.  Mediation is a tool that can be used whether or not your company is currently involved in a lawsuit.

With more than 15 years of experience handling complex business and real estate matters, St. Louis Attorney Nate Ross is a good choice to mediate your real estate dispute.  After serving business clients of all sizes for many years, Nate understands that the bottom line matters: you want your dispute resolved once and for all, and the resolution must make business sense.  Throwing money at the problem is never the best solution.  The last thing you want is to walk into a mediation where the mediator simply tells both sides to “meet in the middle.”  If resolving your case were that easy, you would have no need for mediation.

As an advocate, Nate has earned a reputation for being smart, blunt, and unflinchingly honest.  As a mediator, Nate employs these same attributes to get your case settled.  When the mediation begins, Nate will have put in the time to develop a comprehensive understanding of the parties, the facts, and the legal issues at stake.  Nate will be candid about your legal position and the amount of leverage you possess.  You should expect the mediation to be productive.

Call Nate Ross to discuss mediation arrangements.  Nate offers flexible packages to meet your needs. Mediation can be conducted at Ross & Voytas, at your company’s facility, or at a neutral site. Mediation can be conducted for a flat fee or on an hourly basis.

You can learn more about our practice at www.rossvoytas.com.

Our office hours are 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Our office is located at the Intersection of Manchester and I-270: See Directions on Google Maps

Our telephone number is 314-394-0605.

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