a peaceful resolution
outside of court
At CT Mediation & Arbitration, we believe that the best resolutions are ones where the parties choose the less adversarial route and engage fully in the process.
By opting to resolve your conflict with mediation, you are choosing to actively participate in the process and work towards a settlement that meets the needs of all parties. In choosing arbitration, you agree to a hearing that will result in less time & cost — for a resolution.
Founder/President, JD, LLM
Practicing law for over 30 years I can tell you that in almost every case, utilizing methods such as mediation and arbitration to resolve your conflict is truly the best way to go for all parties involved.
It is done in a collaborative manner by bringing people together to resolve their conflict faster with less out of pocket expense and stress.
I created CT Mediation & Arbitration Services to help individuals & families with solutions to resolve their conflicts together.
“Cindy’s approach in solving a problem can be best described as follows – if she sees a 10 foot wall in front of her, she gets a 12 foot ladder. There is no conflict that she cannot resolve.”
"I am divorced, and one of the things I am tremendously grateful for is that my ex-husband and I made a decision to go through mediation. I knew a trial would drag on for years, would cost me everything, but worse, would be devastating for our four small children."
“I work for a company that specializes in personal injury cases arising out of automobile accidents. Over the last year, I have personally had the opportunity to have Attorney Cartier mediate a number of cases. She has resolved them all.”
‘Ms. Cartier mediated our divorce. She went beyond just mediating the legal issues and really worked to improve our communication skills to ensure that we would be able to co-parent our children. Over the year since the matter has ended, we get along better than when we are married and we owe it to Cindy.’
Joe & Kathy
“Discourage litigation. Persuade your neighbors to compromise whenever you can.”
– Abraham Lincoln