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Legal Services in Atlanta & the Metro-Atlanta Area

Legal aid for pro se and self-represented litigants

Justice Center of Atlanta, Inc.

Justice Center of Atlanta, Inc. (Median Services)


976 Edgewood Ave NE

Atlanta, GA 30307



404-523-8236 ext 200


The Kinds of Disputes Resolved Through Mediation:

  • Business
  • Contracts
  • Educational issues
  • Probate
  • Juvenile cases
  • Lender/borrower
  • Civil disputes
  • Real Estate
  • Landlord/tenant
  • Vandalism
  • Workplace problems

Process of Mediation:

  • Discovery of mutual interests
  • Joint problem solving
  • Orientation to the future
  • Creative, flexible solutions
  • Respect for and sharing of differing expertise by the parties and representative
  • Control of the process by a natural mediator
  • Control of the outcome in the hands of the parties involved instead of a neutral third party
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