Mediation services for Farmington New Mexico and San Juan County.
Welcome to Magnolia Mediations site for information about facilitation services to clients and families, schools, businesses and organizations. Magnolia Mediation is located in Farmington New Mexico and serves clients in San Juan County and the greater Four Corners area.
When Can You Use Mediation?
Mediation is not legal representation or therapy. Mediation is a "Process". The strength of a mediated agreement is that both parties build it together. The process requires each person to recognize and make accommodations. The mediator will help you imagine and create your own solutions that meet both your interests and needs.
Using lawyers and courts to resolve disputes can be expensive, time-consuming, and frustrating. Fortunately, you have alternatives that are likely to produce more satisfying results. The first step is to understand that most conflicts are resolvable and that even the most impossible case can usually be settled quickly and inexpensively out of court.
Mediation can work, whether you are involved in a divorce, a contract dispute, an automobile accident claim or any other type of case that would normally be handled in court.
Why Choose Mediation?
What does a mediator do?
The mediators' job is to help opposing parties come to mutual resolutions on their various sticking points. It offers a neutral arena fully equipped with impartial facilitation.
About the Mediator
Magnolia Mediation is owned by Jan Culp who is a life time resident of the Four Corners Area. Her office is located in Farmington, New Mexico but she is available to do mediations in almost any setting. As a qualified and experienced mediator, she is skilled and efficient in assisting clients in reaching practical solutions to challenging problems. Jan is a member of the Association of Conflict Resolution and the New Mexico Mediators Association. She has training in divorce, child custody issues, parenting plans, worksite disputes, domestic violence, sexual harassment, child abuse, civil cases and special education issues. Her 25 years experience as an educator gives her a wealth of knowledge and experience working with children and families.
You can contact Jan by telephone at 505-330-2068.