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Peggy Roth – Domestic, Civil, and Personal Injury

Peggy Roth is an experienced mediator, having mediated domestic, civil, juvenile and personal injury cases. Her passion for bringing people together through patient, creative and thoughtful discussion, has translated into a successful professional practice –working regularly with the ADR offices of Fulton, Dekalb and Cobb counties, and The Justice Center of Atlanta.

Peggy’s neutral services include conflict resolution of domestic matters – including divorce, child support, custody, parenting time, alimony, separation issues; personal injury, insurance disputes, probate matters, civil, and mediation coaching.

Rates for Domestic Mediation are $200/hr./party

Her affiliation as a panel mediator includes:

  • Justice Center of Atlanta
  • Cobb County Superior, Magistrate and Juvenile Court
  • Fulton County Superior, Magistrate and Juvenile Court
  • DeKalb, Fulton & Cobb County ADR programs
  • Other counties across the metro-Atlanta area

Roth earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Ohio State University. She is a registered neutral with the GODR as a Civil and Domestic Mediator. She received her training at the Justice Center of Atlanta and Henning Mediation.

An active community leader for over 30 years, Peggy is a Class of 2008 alumnus of Leadership Atlanta, as well as a former board member of the Southeast Region of the U.S. Fund for UNICEF.

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(678)612-6302
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MEDIATION REALLY WORKS!

The American Arbitration Association reports that over 85% of all mediations result in a settlement.

SOME MEDIATION FACTS

Cost: The mediation process generally takes much less time than moving a case through standard legal channels.
Confidentiality: While court hearings are public, mediation remains strictly confidential.

Control:
Mediation increases the control the parties have over the resolution.

Compliance:
Because the result is attained by the parties working together and is mutually agreeable, compliance with the mediated agreement is usually high.

Mutuality: Parties to a mediation are typically ready to work mutually toward a resolution.

Support:
Mediators are trained in working with difficult situations.