Imagine a low spot in your lawn that is not unlike a bowl. Water does not run uphill. If yard regrading is not an option, and a sump pump requiring electricity is not possible, a dry well is the solution. A dry well is a large hole dug in the ground, filled with a plastic dry well system and/or gravel, then topped with landscape fabric then topsoil and sod or seed. When you look at it it appears as a part of the lawn. When it rains however, that section will “perc” or absorb the water much faster instead of having a puddle that can take days to dissipate. Sometimes a series of dry wells can be implemented to fix a large bowl like area. Have Jeff or Sean evaluate your drainage problem to see what solution(s) you require.