Ray Harding, Mediator in Utah Announces Mediation Services Statewide
Former Judge Ray Harding has announced that his mediation services will now be available throughout the entire state of Utah. Harding, who has 35 years of experience handling legal matters in a variety of positions, believes that mediation and arbitration are generally better options for the settlement of legal disputes.
SALT LAKE CITY, March 6, 2014
SALT LAKE CITY, March 6, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Ray Harding, mediator for Utah, has announced the expansion of his mediation and arbitration services to include the entire state of Utah. Harding, who has over 35 years of experience in all manner of legal matters, has a reputation for facilitating settlements in a way that is amicable for all parties involved.
The news that Harding is expanding should be welcomed by anyone in need of an experienced mediator or arbitrator to settle disputes related to divorce, accidents, contracts, probate and employment, in addition to many other legal matters.
"I am very pleased to announce that our mediation and arbitration services will now be available throughout the state of Utah," said Utah mediator Ray Harding. "We have always strived to arrive at a settlement that is fair, just, and made in the best interest of all parties involved."
An extensive knowledge of the law as it relates to all legal matters is essential when it comes to mediation and arbitration. Harding's background places him in a unique position in terms of his experience, as he has practiced as a lawyer, served as a judge or has been mediating and arbitrating cases in the state of Utah for the past 35 years.
"I feel that my experience does set me apart," said Harding. "It is incredibly important for a mediator or an arbitrator to have a wealth of experience and a thorough understanding of Utah laws. These are vital traits that can impact the resolution of mediation or arbitration."
Ray Harding, mediator Utah noted that most of the cases that go before a mediator are successfully resolved. These cases are often more palatable to all parties as there is no longer any need for the adversarial process that comes with litigation.
"Not only is mediation a much less stressful process, it also ensures that the end result is left in the hands of the parties involved in the mediation process," said Harding. "This cannot happen if the case is left in the hands of a judge."