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Johnson County Arbitration and Mediation Services

Conflict Resolution Professionals

Burleson, Texas

(817) 487-8067






Todd K. Hulsey provides mediation and arbitration services in Johnson County, Texas.  Todd utilizes his wealth of experience in crisis management and negotiations and international diplomacy to guide and assist you and your clients in resolving disputes effectively and efficiently.



The Benefits of Mediation – Mediation involves the use of a neutral third party negotiator to guide conflicted parties towards an agreement.  Mediation is a less costly, and effective, alternate to court action, and strives to leave all involved with a sense of empowerment and satisfaction.


Commercial or Business Conflicts – Conflicts within a commercial setting is common.  Disagreements over business agreements are often settled through the court system at great expense to the parties.  A trained mediator can facilitate a solution beneficial to all parties.


Workplace Disputes – Mediation can be helpful in the workplace.  Conflicts between co-workers, employees and management, or even firm partners can benefit from having a neutral third-party facilitate a fair and equitable solution.


Personal Injury - Personal injury claims can be both lengthy and costly, and often have uncertain outcomes through the court system.  Mediation can furnish a more personal, amicable, and definitive settlement than a court-mandated resolution.


Family Disputes – Family disputes can be emotionally draining, difficult to manage, and alienating to all involved.  Mediation can calm emotions, facilitate cooperation, and assist in finding ultimate solutions to family disputes.


J-CAMS provides the full suite of Alternative Dispute Resolution options to your clients.  Todd is a qualified Mediator and qualified Family Law Mediator, and is a Better Business Bureau certified Arbitrator.  He is a retired Supervisory Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and was the Assistant Legal Attaché for International Terrorism at the U.S. Embassy, Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, in 2009.  He was also the FBI representative to the Sub-Policy Coordinating Committee for WMD Counterproliferation, National Security Council, the White House, in 2005 and 2006 during the George W. Bush Administration.   He is a licensed attorney in the State of Texas.

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