PURSUING PEACE THROUGH JUSTICE
And what does the LORD require of you but to do justice,
to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God?
MICAH 6:8 (NASB)
Let Christian Mediation help you find a peaceful solution through alternative dispute resolution.
Mediators in Phoenix
Helping Those in Arizona Find Alternative Dispute Resolutions Rooted in Faith
God outlined effective problem-solving strategies in the Bible, and we believe those methods are as valid today as ever. Our Phoenix mediators are trained in Christian, Bible-focused methods designed to achieve resolutions peacefully. Avoid the pitfalls of litigation by calling Christian Mediation at (602) 560-1070 for a consultation.
No matter what kind of dispute in which you may be involved, Biblical mediation can help. Request a consultation to help better understand the options you have available through our Phoenix mediation services. While it may not always be possible to solve your issues through mediation or arbitration, we advise anyone to seek solutions there before turning to litigation. The benefits of alternative dispute resolutions include confidentiality, saving time and money, and the preservation of your existing relationships.
Choose a better way to resolve your concerns with a Phoenix mediation firm. Contact Christian Mediation in Phoenix today!
Less Money & Time than Standard Legal Channels
Strict Confidentiality for the Parties Involved
Greater Likelihood of Compliance Between Parties
Parties are Generally More Satisfied with the Results
More Control is Given to the Parties Involved
Broader Range of Possible Solutions for All Parties
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7600 N 15th Street, Suite 150
Phoenix, AZ 85020
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