Virtual Dispute Resolution from the safety and comfort of your own home.
With California Online Mediation, meet by video conference to resolve almost any dispute.
California online mediation gives us the ability to meet with parties via video conference. Documents can be signed electronically and your issues can be resolved via your laptop or device without even leaving your home.
Using online dispute resolution, we can help you resolve almost any issue for any county in California. That’s because the parties can be anywhere in the world including out of the country. All you need is the internet. We’ll take it from there to help you craft a binding legal agreement.
Get started with your California Online Mediation!
Call us today at (858) 410-0144 to schedule your online mediation or fill out an inquiry form by clicking below.
California Online Mediation by video conference offers the following advantages:
Great for long-distance cases.
Break-out rooms available through the video conference application
Text message capabilities during the session to send messages to the mediator or participants during the session
Screen sharing to allow for joint review of documents, agreements or notes during the session.
No travel costs
Mediate from home without the formality of in-person meetings
Online Divorce Mediation is a Great Way to
Move Your Case Forward Even when It’s Hard to Meet in Person
Are you and your spouse in different cities?
With technology, distance doesn’t have to be a barrier to getting your case done. We’ve completed cases with folks on different continents. We’ve even completed a divorce negotiation with a client on a battleship on the other side of the world. As long as you have a connection to the internet, we can schedule a video conference to get your case done.
Is California Online Mediation Right for You?
Call Weber Dispute Resolution today at (858) 410-0144 to get started or fill out an inquiry form below.
Through video conferencing, we can settle your case even during the COVID-19 stay-at-home orders and court closures.
- Have you had enough, but can’t move your case forward because of court closures?
- Is sheltering in place with your significant other taking you over your tipping point?
- We can help you resolve your case even during this difficult time.
You don’t have to put your case on hold!
We all want to do our part to protect each other during the coronavirus pandemic. But, you can’t catch COVID-19 through your computer screen. So, you do not need to put your divorce or family law case on hold. Online mediation is a great way to keep moving your case forward. You can even have your attorney join the video conference session.