Mediation Services

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Mediation is a process by which an impartial person, the Mediator, facilitates communication between parties to a dispute to promote reconciliation, settlement and understanding between them. The Mediator, while suggesting ways of resolving the dispute, does not impose his/her judgment on the issues. The final decision is left up to the parties.

Civil and Commercial Mediation

Civil and Commercial Mediation of Texas (CCMT) is a professional and experienced company providing  mediation and arbitration services that can help you reach a settlement to your dispute or conflict without going to court. Our team is certified in both the United States and the United Kingdom and have mediated diverse cases in Texas and international courts. We can help you resolve your dispute or conflict prior to filing your claim or before the claim goes to trial. 


Civil and Commercial Dispute areas include:


  • Contract disputes
  • Insurance claim disputes
  • Workplace disputes
  • Personal injury disputes
  • Apartment lease disputes
  • Debt collection disputes
  • HOA disputes
  • Home warranty disputes
  • Construction industry disputes
  • Landlord/tenant disputes
  • Boundary disputes
  • Billing disputes
  • Credit card disputes
  • Debt claims
  • Medical malpractice disputes
  • Medical billing disputes
  • Car dealership disputes
  • · Vehicle repair disputes
  • Landscaping disputes
  • School district disputes

Family Mediation

Family mediators use skills such as active listening and empathy. We focus on understanding the ideas the parties are trying to get across and develop a mutual understanding of true feelings while providing a non-judgmental setting to calmly address concerns to arrive at a solution that is satisfactory to both parties.

We strive to help you resolve your broken family relationships involving husband and wife such as custody of children and visitation rights by grandparents and other relatives. 


A Mediation Settlement Agreement (MSA) or a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) is created at the conclusion of the Family Mediation process and will be based on the terms provided by the parties’ attorneys for issues including:


  • Community Property 
  • Separate Property 
  • Retirement Funds 
  • Shared Debt 
  • Child Support Payments
  • Custody of Children

You have questions.  We have answers!  Further information can be provided by CCMT at a preliminary conference to discuss your mediation claim and costs for our services.