Dora L. Salinas

Attorney at Law


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Mediation is an informal process in which a neutral person conducts discussions among parties in dispute with one another.  The process is designed to enable parties to reach a mutually acceptable agreement on all or some of the issues they are facing in their dispute.

There are many advantages to mediation such as the mediation process allows the parties to be in control.  It takes less time than waiting for a hearing date and is less costly than proceeding to trial or hearing.

Anything discussed during mediation is confidential and participating in mediation does not mean that you give up your right to go to court.  Parties are expected to participate in good faith during the mediation, but are not required to arrive at an agreement,  although doing so does eliminate the risk involved with going to court.

 Ms. Salinas believes strongly in the benefits of mediation and encourages her clients to consider attending mediation.  There are some instances where mediation is mandatory.


To Attorneys 

 Ms. Salinas is a Rule 31 Listed Mediator in the field of GENERAL/CIVIL FAMILY MEDIATOR  Please contact Ms. Salinas to obtain additional information regarding her services as a Rule 31 Mediator


104 Frey Street         Ashland City, TN        37015   

Office - 615-792-4440          Fax - 615-792-8761          Email:

  Not Certified as a Civil Trial or Criminal Trail Specialist by the Tennessee Commission on Continuing Legal Education and Specialization.

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