Dispute Resolution Services
Resolving Conflicts Out of Court
We have the experience and knowledge to effectively mediate any type of dispute. Whether you have a court order for mediation or you wish to participate in mediation on a voluntary basis, we are here to help.
We serve Tarrant County and surrounding communities by providing, promoting, and teaching dispute and conflict resolution. If you have a dispute that you would like to resolve informally outside of court, consider using a mediator to facilitate a mutually beneficial solution.
Learn the keys to success
We offer mediation training! Join us for Basic Mediation Training (40 hours) and Family Training (30 hours); both courses meet the requirements of the Texas Civil Practice and Remedies Code, Section 154.052, and the Texas Mediation Trainers Roundtable standards.
We also offer advanced mediator training in a variety of subjects. Please contact our office or click here to view complete details.
Clients: Comment & Testimonial
“They gave me a peace of mind by providing the convenience not to go to court and feeling as if all problems were 100% resolved. Thank you for your absolute best quality services!”
Volunteers are the heartbeat of our agency.
DRS North Texas, a nonprofit organization, relies on our outstanding group of volunteers to provide mediation services to our community. Are you interested in helping your community members resolve their disputes? Once you complete the required mediation training, we hope that you will join us in making a difference to those we serve.
Dispute Resolution Services of North Texas, Inc. is a neutral provider of alternative dispute resolution services, such as mediation. DRS North Texas is a community mediation center and does not engage in consumer debt collection activity.
DRS North Texas’ mediation services and training brings 35+ years of experience as the designated Dispute Resolution Center for Tarrant County to the table when providing services to the legal community.
We provide mediation services to communities in Tarrant and surrounding counties.
What to expect:
Mediation is not a legal or judicial hearing; rather, it is an informal meeting in which the mediators will help facilitate the exchange of information between you and the party with whom you have a dispute. Most of our session are conducted in half a day by two mediators, unless you request a Level II mediation.
During the session, each party will have a chance to be heard in a neutral setting. The mediators will encourage a respectful dialogue between the parties with the goal of determining a suitable agreement to resolve the dispute.
- Bring all relevant information.
- Joint and private sessions held.
- Written agreement is binding.
- Submit the agreement to the Court.
- All information is confidential.
Clients: Comments & Testimonials
“The mediators were great and did their job very well. The staff was welcoming and pleasant.”
“Very professional and kind at the same time. Everything was explained thoroughly. All parties were addressed equally with respect.”
“This was a very challenging case with complicated facts, multiple parties […] Somehow, despite all the challenges the mediators found a way to get this case settled! They went over and above what they needed to do, both in time and in effort, and got the job done. We are very pleased and greatly appreciative!”