Jack Balderson, Jr. has mediated disputes for 20 years. He is a trained mediator-member of the Denton County Alternative Dispute Resolution Program (DCAP), and he will bring the same creativity and flexibility to your mediation that he offers to his clients. If you have a case that could use an outside-the-box mediator with litigation experience, consider using Balderson Law PLLC as your mediator.

If you have a court order that gives you the option of agreeing on a mediator or using an undesirable default, we’re here to help. We don’t mind being the lesser of two evils. Life is too short to be forced to spend a day of it with that guy.  

The responsibility and authority for coming to an agreement remain with the people who have the conflict. The dispute is viewed as a problem to be solved. The mediator doesn’t make the decisions, and you don’t need to “take your chances” in the courtroom. Many individuals prefer making their own choices when there are complex tradeoffs, rather than giving that power to a judge. You need to understand your legal rights so that you can make decisions that are in your own best interests.
— from the American Bar Association 

When you go into a court of law, you’re putting your fate into the hands of twelve people who weren’t smart enough to get out of jury duty.
— Norm Crosby