|Mediation Training Institute Schedule||Date|
|The Art of the TN Parenting Plan||March 26|
|Nuts and Bolts of the Child Support |
|Mediation & Special Circumstance of |
|40-hour General Civil Mediation|
|46-hour Family Mediation|
Private Dispute Resolution Services is open and available to serve your mediation needs. Our in-person training program will return in July. Check our continuing education schedule for Virtual Training opportunities.
To keep our staff and clients safe, we continue to practice social distancing and adhere to the recommended guidelines of local, state and national officials.
We look forward to working with you. Continue staying safe and well.
Upcoming Continuing Education and Mediation Courses. Click on the course below for more details and to register.
If there is another course that interests you, contact us for future course dates.
Tennesseans will be able to get free legal help online or in person at clinics near them. There will also be legal educational events across the state. The events will kick-off in the beginning of April and continue throughout the month.
Attorneys have the opportunity to volunteer their time to assist disadvantaged Tennesseans at pro bono legal advice clinics and public service events all across the state.
The primary goal of the public awareness campaign is to bring attention to the on-going need for free and low cost civil legal services in Tennessee and highlight the groups that provide these services to disadvantaged Tennesseans. For More Information, click HERE.
PDRS will offer a free TN Parenting Plan Clinic for professionals working with divorcing and never-married parents on April 13 and a TN Parenting Plan Clinic for divorcing and never-married parents on April 14. Pre-registration is required. Contact us for more details.
Help4TNDay is a program joint effort by the Tennessee Supreme Court Access to Justice Commission, the Administrative Office of the Courts, Tennessee Alliance for Legal Services, and the Tennessee Bar Association. For full details about the Access to Justice Program, click HERE
Many of us see conflict as a sign of failure—especially in a workplace setting. When conflict begins to contaminate that setting, we have many choices about how to resolve it. Enjoy this article by distinguished mediator, educator and author Steve Erickson.