Law Office Of Russell D. Gray, PC

Salt Lake City, UT

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About Law Office Of Russell D. Gray, PC

Resolve your disputes; save time and money.

Mediation offers a way to resolve disputes. It provides an alternative to lengthy court litigation. It's cost-effective, and allows the parties to find solutions that match them, and that match their problem. It allows parties a way out of what looked like unsolvable problems.

A mediator acts as a go-between, and helps the parties discover a fair, equitable solution.

Russell D. Gray is a trained mediator and an attorney. He has years of education and expertise, helping individuals resolve their disputes using the court system. Now, he works as a mediator to offer an alternative to more conventional methods of resolving disputes.

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Mediation can work in any dispute. It is particularly effective in disputes where the persons involved will need to work together. Some examples of cases where mediation works:

- child custody and parenting disputes
- asset, property, and debt distribution in a divorce
- business partners who don't see eye-to-eye any more
- adult children who are estranged from their parents
- probate disputes, where family members can't agree how to distribute a loved one's legacies

There are many more. If you are involved in a dispute, call me today.


4190 S. Highland Drive, Suite 230
Salt Lake City, UT 84124

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Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?

A. A mediator can help you find a way to resolve your dispute. The best mediators will allow all the parties to explore different solutions, in order to find a solution that is unique to the problem.

Q. If you were a customer, what do you wish you knew about your trade? Any inside secrets to share?

A. A mediator does not judge, does not give legal advice, and does not make decisions. The mediator's role is to help the parties explore their case and help them reach a mutually agreeable outcome.

Mediation means the parties are in control. It is up to the parties to decide what solutions will work.

Mediation is completely voluntary. Any party can stop the process at any time. None of the parties will be forced to do anything they are not comfortable with, and the mediator should never pressure a party into signing an agreement.

An "arbitrator" is not the same as a "mediator." An arbitrator acts as a judge and decides the dispute. A mediator acts as a "go between" and helps the parties decide what to do with their case.

Q. What questions should a consumer ask to hire the right service professional?

A. If you're looking for a mediator, ask for:

- Legal experience. Has the mediator practiced law?

- Ethics. Does the mediator follow the highest ethical standards?

- Impartial. Does the mediator have any biases for or against a particular party or legal position?

Q. What do you wish customers knew about you or your profession?

A. When I tell people that I'm a mediator, they often say something to the effect that "Oh, you work as an arbitrator, too?" Many people do not know the difference between mediation and arbitration.

Mediation is a voluntary process, where the mediator acts as a go-between. The mediator does not judge, advise, or make decisions. Mediation is not binding unless the parties reach an agreement and sign it.

Arbitration means hiring a third party to act like a judge. An arbitrator examines the evidence, evaluates the parties' arguments, and makes a decision. The decision is binding on the parties.

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