COVID-19 Mediation Procedure
In an effort to address COVID-19 concerns our office has temporary moved to Zoom mediation. This temporary method will include a mixture of emailing and video conferencing for the block of time scheduled. Additionally, we will request all materials that parties are wishing for the mediator to view to be sent electronically at least 24 hours before the scheduled mediation. If you or your client are unfamiliar with Zoom, please contact our office and we are happy to walk you through the process. We will still be scheduling half day and full day blocks and providing additional weekend slots through to accommodate cases unable to get into an immediate hearing. If you are needing a date not available on our calendar, please call us to see if any spots have opened up.
Jessica Estorga is a Certified Texas Mediator, Certified Texas Family Law Mediator, member of the Association of Attorney Mediators and Texas Mediator Credentialing Association. Ms. Estorga also serves as a volunteer mediator at the Bexar County Dispute Resolution Center.
Our approach to mediation is a blend of evaluative and transformative as a means to challenge the parties to look beyond their own perspective. This approach is applied to civil matters. We also provide facilitative mediation applied primarily to sessions not tied to litigation.
Areas of Mediations
Medical Insurance Disputes
Half-Day Mediation 4 hours
- Morning sessions begin at 8:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. & Afternoon sessions begin at 2:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.*
Full-Day Mediation 8 hours
- Beginning at 9:00 am – 5:00 pm*
*beginning time adjustable upon request
- To schedule a mediation please call our office to reserve your date and get a copy of our mediation agreement.
- Payment is due prior to mediation via online payment, cashier’s check, certified check, or cash.
- $250 cancelation fee for failure to appear for a confirmed mediation without 72-hour prior notice.