Kentucky Court of Justice - Mediation Division

Administrative Office of the Courts
100 Millcreek Park
Frankfort, KY, 40601

The Court of Justice continually looks for ways to provide wider and more efficient access to justice. Crowded dockets create delays and additional costs for our traditional litigation system. In 2002, the Administrative Office of the Courts created a program that would formalize the use of mediation to resolve disputes outside of the courtroom. The Mediation Program provides individuals with timely and cost-effective ways to settle their legal disputes through a trained mediator instead of a judge. (from web site)

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