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CoreTSolutions, llc -

Resolving Conflict & Helping Families Thrive

Court Resource Firm - Supervised visits & Exchanges, Co-Parenting & Parenting Classes, Mediation, Legal Document Assistance & more.

Se habla Espanol 

"The most qualified staff in the Valley. The staff is trained by professionals who have performed the work for courts for over 20 years. The staff is trained in areas of domestic violence, drug recognition, child abuse, and all required areas. The courses are taught in both English and Spanish by highly trained and educated professionals with decades of experience in Family Law and Mediation. No other provider matches the professionalism and knowledge offered by CoreTsolutions." (Customer Feedback - 2021)

MEDIATE, DON'T LITIGATE. The Proven Benefits of Mediation.

Economical Decisions

Mediation is generally less expensive when contrasted to the expense of litigation or other forms of fighting.


Rapid Settlements

In an era when it may take as long as a year to get a court date, and multiple years if a case is appealed, the mediation alternative often provides a more timely way of resolving disputes. When parties want to get on with business or their lives, mediation may be desirable as a means of producing rapid results.

Mutually Satisfactory Outcomes

Parties are generally more satisfied with solutions that have been mutually agreed upon, as opposed to solutions that are imposed by a third party decision-maker. This is especially true when children are involved. The emotional turmoil of litigation harms children and they deserve the immediate peace that mediation can provide.

High Rate of Compliance

Parties who have reached their own agreement in mediation are also generally more likely to follow through and comply with its terms than those whose resolution has been imposed by a third party decision-maker.

Comprehensive and Customized Agreements

Mediated settlements are able to address both legal and extra-legal issues. Mediated agreements often cover procedural and psychological issues that are not necessarily susceptible to legal determination. The parties can tailor their settlement to their particular situation.

Greater Degree of Control and Predictability of Outcome

Parties who negotiate their own settlements have more control over the outcome of their dispute. Gains and losses are more predictable in a mediated settlement than they would be if a case is arbitrated or adjudicated.

Personal Empowerment

People who negotiate their own settlements often feel more powerful than those who use surrogate advocates, such as lawyers, to represent them. Mediation negotiations can provide a forum for learning about and exercising personal power or influence.

Preservation of an Ongoing Relationship or Termination of a Relationship in a More Amicable Way

Many disputes occur in the context of relationships that will continue over future years. A mediated settlement that addresses all parties' interests can often preserve a working relationship in ways that would not be possible in a win/lose decision-making procedure. Mediation can also make the termination of a relationship more amicable.

Workable and Implementable Decisions

Parties who mediate their differences are able to attend to the fine details of implementation. Negotiated or mediated agreements can include specially tailored procedures for how the decisions will be carried out. This fact often enhances the likelihood that parties will actually comply with the terms of the settlement.

Agreements that are Better than Simple Compromises or Win/Lose Outcomes

Interest-based mediated negotiations can result in settlements that are more satisfactory to all parties than simple compromise decisions.

Decisions that Hold Up Over Time

Mediated settlements tend to hold up over time, and if a later dispute results, the parties are more likely to utilize a cooperative forum of problem-solving to resolve their differences than to pursue an adversarial approach.

Source: Consortium for Appropriate Dispute Resolution, pursuant to Grant No. 326D980002 with the U.S. Department of Education, Office of Special Education & Rehabilitative Services

Enroll in Mediation services by going to the Enrollment in Services tab on this website.  


Once enrolled, you will be sent a Questionnaire for you to complete and email back to us.   Once received, the staff will book your appointments.   The fees for mediation are commonly split between the parties unless they agree to have one party pay the fee. 


Thanks for considering the best alternative in the court system!   


Heather C. Tackitt, JD - Lead Mediator 

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