Resolve disputes quickly and efficiently.

  • Business
  • Divorce / Family
  • Custody / Support
  • Workplace
  • Ombudsman


Private Judge issues an Award ending the dispute.

  • Binding Award
  • Non-Binding Award
  • Neutral Evaluation
  • Med/Arb
  • Arb/Med
  • Moderated Settlement


Neutral works to resolve the disputes to reconnect the ministry.

  • Parishioner Conflict
  • Ministry Dispute
  • Hierarchy  Argument
  • Vision / Path Dysfunction


We Support Avoiding Conflict and Preparing for Inevitable Disputes.

  • Co-habitation Agreements
  • Separation Agreements
  • Nuptial Agreements
  • Wills and Trusts
  • ADR Contract Clause
  • Documentation Writing

What people say about Mediation / Arbitration

  • OklahomaDentalAssocOklahoma Dental Assocociation (Major Dental Association in OK)

    Differences will inevitably occur & ODA offers mediation review. It has proven to resolve 70% of the cases brought before it.

  • GK_ChestertonGK chesterton (English writer, poet, philosopher, journalist, orator, lay theologian....)

    It isn't that they can't see the solution. It's that they can't see the problem.

  • Joseph_GrynbaumJoseph Grynbaum, P.E. (founder of a technical advisory & consulting firm in power plant design, construction & operations)

    An ounce of mediation of worth a pound of arbitration and a ton of litigation.

  • Cheif_Justice_Warren_BurgerWilliam_Burger2 (Former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court)

    Our "litigated court" system is too costly, too painful, too destructive, and too inefficient for really civilized people.

  • Cheif_Justice_Warren_BurgerWarren_Burger (Former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court)

    Traditional litigation is a mistake that must be corrected.   Trails by adversarial contest "litigation" must go the way of ancient trial by battle and blood.

  • Marjorie_SteinbergMarjorie_Steinberg (Respected LA Family Law Judge)

    By the time we see cases in court; most people have spent all of their community assets on the divorce itself. By that time, we're just dividing debts and allocating attorney's fees.

  • Sandra_Day_OConnorSandra Day O’Conner (Former Associate Justice of the Supreme Court)

    The courts should not be the place where resolution of a dispute begins. They should be the place where the dispute ends after ADR has been considered and tried.