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How We Can Help You

Jackson Matthews Mediation and Arbitration lets you skip court proceedings with mediation and arbitration services. Whether it's a personal dispute or a business conflict, we're here to help find a solution when two parties come to a head. Our team serves the entire state of Texas virtually. Turn to us for conflict resolution related to:

    • Commercial Business
    • Elderly and Adult Care
    • Parenting Coordination and Facilitation
    • Business Conflict Management Systems Design and Implementation
    • Faith-Based
  • Family
    • Divorce – With or Without Children

    • Property Settlement
    • Children – Possession and Access (Parents Can Either Be Ordered by Court or Self-Initiated to Undergo Mediation)
    • Agreement Modifications
    • Suits Affecting the Parent-Child Relationship

What Is Mediation?

According to the Texas Civil Remedies and Practice Code ann. sec. 154.023, mediation is a forum in which an impartial person, the mediator, facilitates communication between the parties

What Are Some of the Results of Mediation?

    • Parties Hear New Information
    • Parties See More of the “Big Picture”
    • Parties Are Placed on the Same Team
    • Parties Break From the Past
    • Parties Work Towards a More Positive Future
    • Parties End Up With Custom-Made Terms of the Settlement Agreement
    • Parties End Up With Custom-Made Judge’s Order 

What is Arbitration?

Arbitration is one of the various methods of alternative dispute resolution or ADR. As suggested by the name, the idea behind methods of ADR is to provide an alternative to filing a lawsuit and going to court, which is the traditional method for resolving legal disputes.


Arbitration and similar alternatives were primarily designed as a streamlined and cost-conscious option to deal with a legal issue without the need for courts. The arbitrators, the arbiters, or the arbitral tribunal, comprised of one or more individuals render the legally binding "arbitral award." This applies to both.

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