Available Statewide

LOCAL MEDIATOR CONFLICTED? There are many good and qualified mediators around the state; so in most cases the parties should select a local mediator.  But there there will be times when the parties could benefit from the fresh approach of a different mediator.  Perhaps the mediators in your area have legal, personal or scheduling conflicts.  Perhaps your local mediators are not as well-versed in the substantive complexities of your particular case. Perhaps you just want to deal with someone different.

How can I efficiently and effectively serve as a West Virginia mediator statewide? My primary mediation office is centrally located in Charleston, the State Capitol of West Virginia, which is served by three Interstates. Interstate 77 – which runs north to Parkersburg and south to Beckley and Princeton, and provides access to the West Virginia coalfields; Interstate 79 – which runs north to Clarksburg, Fairmont and Morgantown, and provides access to Buckhannon, Weston, Elkins and other towns in the north-central part of the state; and Interstate 64 – which runs west to Huntington and southeast to Lewisburg.  Charleston also connects to the West Virginia coalfields via Corridor G – which runs south to Madison, Danville, Chapmanville, Logan and Williamson.

As for access to the Potamac Highlands and the Eastern Panhandle of West Virginia, I’m fortunate to have family in the Pendleton/Grant/Hardy county areas, which is now more accessible to Martinsburg, Charles Town and Berkley Springs via Corridor H and Interstates 68 and 81.  As a result of these various highways throughout West Virginia, you will find in reviewing my rate sheet that I’m able to waive or significantly reduce my fees for travel time throughout West Virginia.  So, come to my Charleston office or have me travel to your offices, either way you will find that the fees for my services will compare reasonably to those of other mediators.

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