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The Office of Dispute Resolution exists to establish and make available dispute resolution programs and services within the Colorado Judicial Branch, and through contract mediators and neutrals, it offers mediation and other services across the state.
The 4th Judicial District Office of Dispute Resolution is a court-associated alternative dispute resolution program providing experienced, quality services to parties engaged in litigation to serve the judiciary and the citizens of El Paso and Teller County.
Court Mediation Services educates the public, the legal profession and the judiciary about the value of mediation and how it effectively, efficiently, and fairly resolves conflict, by providing mediation services to litigants and their attorneys in the civil divisions of Denver’s County and Small Claims Courts.
Jefferson County Mediation Services provides professional dispute resolution assistance for persons referred by county agencies. Their professional mediators provide an alternative to formal processes, such as going to court, and to help the parties in conflict to settle their own differences.
Boulder County Bar Association can provide Alternative Dispute Resolutions (ADR) providing an alternative to a judge resolving your disputes at a normal trial.
Denver Mediation specializes in resolving community and land-use issues between parties.
Mediation Association of Colorado connects the public to qualified professionals who are able to assist with mediating disputes.
Colorado Academy is a statewide association whose membership consists of established mediators and arbitrators with experience in the resolution of civil disputes.
The AAA is experienced in the field of alternative dispute resolution, providing services to individuals and organizations who wish to resolve conflicts out of court.