With the professional mediation services of Pathways Paralegal & Mediation, our clients are often able to resolve their issue outside of court and avoid the costly expenses of a legal dispute.
Pathways Paralegal & Mediation’s Alison Torba, CP mediates civil rights disputes at the Attorney General’s office and trains law students at the University of Arizona, College of Law in mediation. She also has experience successfully mediating debt negotiations in a law office.
How Mediation Works
Mediation services provide a cost effective alternative to court. We contact both parties, set up a meeting, and assist the parties coming to a workable agreement.
Because Ms. Torba is a Legal Document Preparer, she can also write up the agreement for the parties in the conflict and notarize the signatures.
Also, Ms. Torba specializes in cultural/gender sensitivity and conflict resolution informed by her Anthropology degree from the University of Arizona, her world travels, and her acting as a student diplomat for the US government in Germany.
Alison Torba’s Mediation Specialty Areas
- Nonprofit Organization Mediation
- Consumer Mediation
- Discrimination Mediation
- Estate Planning & Family Mediation
- Interpersonal Mediation
- Landlord/Tenant Mediation
- School Mediation
- Workplace Mediation