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Meditators vs lawyers?
Both attorneys and mediators are trained to handle conflict, but their roles in dispute resolution differ significantly. The role of an attorney is to represent one side or the other of a dispute. Rather than advocating for either party, a mediator guides both parties through the resolution process and helps them to navigate the challenging emotional terrain that so often accompanies conflict.

Lawyers who are mediators are generally highly skilled at providing legal information.
When a lawyer proposes mediation to the parties, he or she can help bridge the gap by keeping the client’s pride intact.
Herwig & associate has specialized staff who provide mediation services for a wide range of issues, including labor disputes, simple contract disputes between companies, disputes between financial institutions and consumers, and complex arrangements between creditors and debtors of companies