Mediation is an alternative way to resolve issues and differences between 2 or more parties, also defined as
ADR : Alternative Dispute Resolution.
Mediation is an informal, confidential process in which a neutral third party – the mediator – helps opposing parties to
Mediation is voluntary and requires good faith by all parties. The mediator ensures a safe and respectful process for everyone involved.
We do not judge, take sides, or decide who is right or wrong. We do not force you to accept any solution or agreement.
You can either take control of the outcome of your dispute by mediation, or you can surrender this control to a judge by litigating in court.
You can discuss the issues privately in a confidential setting or you can have your dispute heard in a courtroom where everything that is said is open to the public. You can spend lots of time and money litigating in court or spend a limited amount of hours in mediation.
The resolution of a dispute by mediation is the result of the parties working together hence the percentage of compliance is rather high. In court there is always a losing party and therefore a zero chance of the opposing parties ever working together again. In mediation that possibility remains valid.
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