Whether court ordered, attorney referred or client referred the intake and scheduling process is the same.
A court order is not required to use the Office of Dispute Resolution services. ODR can be used for party- or attorney-initiated domestic and civil mediation generally at a lower cost than a private mediator. Fee waivers are available for qualified parties even if the mediation is not court-ordered.
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A party, or attorney on behalf of a party, must complete the mediation intake form as thoroughly as possible, and include contact information for each party. Incomplete forms will be returned for completion. The quickest way to get your mediation assigned and scheduled is to download the above form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org. Intake forms are also available through the Court Facilitator or the Court Clerk's office.
You may also submit your intake by faxing it to 888-837-2052, or mailing it to: Larimer Mediation 155 E. Boardwalk Dr. #482, Fort Collins, CO 80525. No mediation will be scheduled until the completed intake form has been submitted.
We will contact you. The cases are assigned randomly to the available mediators. The parties will be contacted directly by the assigned mediator or scheduler. If the attorneys wish to participate in the mediation or the scheduling of mediation, please indicate that on the form, and the assigned mediator or scheduler will contact the attorneys instead of the parties.
Please note that mediations are scheduled Monday – Friday,
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
MEDIATION INTAKE FORM
To start the mediation process a completed intake form must be submitted. A court order for mediation is not the same as a completed intake form. Once we receive your completed form with all contact information, your case will be assigned to a mediator. You should hear back from the assigned mediator within 1 to 5 days of submitting the form.
If you have questions before your case has been assigned to a mediator, email us at l