The Mediation Association of Colorado
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The Mediation Association of Colorado (theMAC)

theMAC supports mediation as an effective means of resolving disputes of all types.  We connect the public and the courts to our qualified professionals who address the needs of a diverse population across Colorado.

What is Mediation?

Mediation is a process that brings parties together to resolve their differences through discussion and problem-solving. The goal is to achieve "win-win" solutions. The mediator is a neutral third party who helps facilitate the dialogue but is not the final decision-maker, arbitrator, or judge. Mediation can resolve disputes quickly and satisfactorily without the expense, delay and anxiety of litigation.

By offering a safe environment for parties to express their needs and interests, discuss options and reach a mutually agreeable resolution, mediation can preserve important relationships. Mediators assure the fairness of the process, facilitate communication, and maintain the balance of power between the parties.

Mediation sessions are confidential and voluntary for all parties. The process typically involves one or more meetings between the disputing parties and the mediator. It may also include one or more confidential sessions between individual parties and the mediator (a “caucus”). Either party may withdraw at any time. Generally, a signed agreement is binding; in some cases, court approval may be necessary.

During mediation parties may choose to be represented by an attorney. Mediators may not give legal advice or interpret the law. They can refer parties to impartial outside experts in legal, financial, or other fields to address specific questions or issues that might arise. If parties arrive at a mutually satisfactory resolution, mediators may assist in drafting Memorandums of Understanding, comprised of the terms to which the parties have agreed. If mediation is unsuccessful and an agreement cannot be reached, parties may still pursue all legal remedies, including private lawsuits.

Court-Ordered Mediation

If the court has ordered you to participate in mediation, theMAC can help. Use our Find-A-Mediator tool to search for a mediator based on name, area of practice, language spoken, county, or city. Or just see a list of all of our Professional Member mediators.  Schedule your mediation directly with the mediator that you select.


As a private non-profit organization, theMAC reserves the right to deny membership or membership renewal to any applicant or member, at the discretion of the Board of Directors for such reasons, including, but not limited to; inappropriate advertising or social media presence, false representation or lack of understanding of the mediation process, lack of substantive knowledge or skills, ethics code violations, conduct falling below standards of the mediation profession including those standards of related professions in which the member practices or purports to practice as advertised on theMAC website, inquiries, complaints or grievances about the member's services from litigants, attorneys or members of the judiciary that may, or have, put the reputation of theMAC and its members at risk.