The Civil Justice System was developed as a venue in which citizens could resolve their disputes. It is designed to be an adversarial system, with attorneys advocating for their respective clients in what most often appears as diametrical opposite positions.
However, civil disputes can also be resolved in a less expensive and time–consuming process called "mediation." A mediator is used to meet with the parties in an attempt to facilitate a resolution to their dispute outside of court. Dorwin J. Wolfe is trained to help parties mutually discuss their differences in civil disputes and hopefully reach a resolution that is less costly and time consuming.