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Dispute Resolution Services

(Program)

*Offers Mediation Services
  • Community Mediation includes:
    • Landlord-Tenant¬†disputes
    • Neighbor disputes, including neighborhood or homeowner groups
    • Small claims and supreme court cases
    • Peer/school disputes
    • Special Education (IEP)/school disputes
    • Coworkers, or supervisors and subordinates
    • Disputes between the community and the police
  • Family Mediation includes:
    • Divorce¬†or separation
    • Parenting plans; including custody, visitation and child support
    • Disputes between parents and children
    • Elder care

Eligibility: Parties involved in a dispute not including issues of child abuse/neglect/maltreatment or domestic violence.

Application Process: Parties may be referred by the relevant court or contact Peacemakers directly.

Required Documentation: Consent to mediate and/or arbitrate, intake/referral form.

Fees: Flat fee based on service requested, call for information.

Madison and Oneida Counties.

Empowered Pathways
(Agency)

The Peacemaker Program's mission is to offer inclusive, innovative approaches to resolve conflict and achieve positive outcomes for children, families and the community.

502 Court Street
Suite 234
Utica NY 13502

Website: www.empoweredpathwayscny.org

Hours: M-F 8:30AM-4:00PM

Contact

502 Court Street
Suite 234
Utica NY 13502

This program is offered at this site:

Empowered Pathways

Main Address:

502 Court Street

Suite 234

Utica NY 13502

Main:
315-724-1718 (Ext. 150)


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