Mediation Lawyers


ediation is a process whereby the parties to a conflict participate in a meeting facilitated by a neutral mediator whose role is to assist the parties in trying to reach a resolution of their dispute.

Attorneys Jim Schrier and Kevin Riley are both registered mediators in the state of Indiana. Jim Schrier has over 24 years of practice experience representing plaintiffs and defendants in hundreds of civil lawsuits. Jim has worked as a registered mediator since 1999. The primary focus of Jim’s mediation work is real estate claims, family disputes, personal injury, property damage disputes and business, construction, and commercial litigation disputes. Kevin recently completed the ICLEF 40-hour civil mediation training. Kevin has represented clients in mediation involving real estate, contract, employment, trust, and estate issues.

RTS attorneys also represent clients in civil mediation matters. 

rts assists as a neutral mediator to resolve a dispute in lafayette IN

Rely on a firm that provides each client with responsive and cost-effective legal service. At RTS, we place client services at the foundation of our practice. Our attorneys draw on their expertise to tailor legal advice to the individual needs of our clients, providing practical and strategic legal solutions.

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Phone: (765) 423-5333
Fax: (765) 423-4564

Office Location
Renaissance Place - Sixth Floor
250 Main Street, Suite 601
P.O. Box 280
Lafayette, IN 47902-0280

Reiling Teder & Schrier, LLC is an Indiana Limited Liability Company. The information contained in this website has been prepared by Reiling Teder & Schrier, LLC for informational purposes only, and is not legal advice. The information on this website should not be relied upon to make any decision, legal or otherwise. If you have any specific questions or inquiries regarding any of the information contained in this website, you should consult with an attorney licensed in your state. The information contained in this website pertains only to matters of Indiana law and the laws of other states may be completely different from the laws of the State of Indiana.