WHAT IS MEDIATION?
Mediation is a negotiation process in which people, assisted by a trained mediator, resolve their conflicts.
WHY USE MEDIATION?
Sometimes hiring a lawyer and going to court is the best way to settle disputes, but sometimes it isn't. Mediation is an alternative to court and a good one! Unlike in the courtroom where disputes are settled by a judge or jury, in mediation disputes are settled by the clients themselves assisted by a trained mediator.
WHAT CAN BE MEDIATED? Almost any kind of disagreement or dispute can be mediated. Please clickservices for details.
Please contact our toll free number 855-760-0706. When it is determined that the conflict can be mediated, that both parties agree to participate, and that financial responsibilities are agreed to, arrangements are then made to schedule the mediation session, date, time and place.
HOW DOES IT WORK?
In a mediation session persons in conflict:
• agree to mediate
• identify issues
• are respectful and truthful
• listen to each other's words and feelings
• are willing to consider options
they hadn't thought of so that after much "back and forth" speaking, listening, and deciding,
guided by the mediator, they are able to
• achieve a resolution of their conflict.
ROLE OF MEDIATORS
• Mediators are a neutral, unbiased third party in the negotiation process.
• They provide guidance,
maintaining total impartiality throughout the process.
• Their personal opinions do not play any role in mediation.
• They nurture a positive tone of
• They maintain, on their part, strict
confidentiality after the mediation session.