Mediation is a facilitative, voluntary and confidential process in which a mediator assists parties to resolve a dispute by coming to a mutually acceptable agreement to resolve their differences.
A Mediator helps the parties to concentrate on finding solutions to the key issues in a non-judgemental and independent manner. Solutions can be achieved without engaging the costly and adversarial legal system.
- Mediation is a voluntary process. People with a willingness to explore positive options can work together to resolve problems
- Mediation saves on lengthy and costly legal proceedings
- Mediation sessions are confidential, conducted in private, and can be arranged at a time to suit all parties
- Mediators are trained to be impartial and non-judgmental
- Mediation can contribute to the early resolution of problems, which assists in reducing stress and anxiety
- All parties take responsibility for their role and are given the opportunity to resolve their own disputes
By using mediation, both parties involved in conflict and seeking resolution should be able to save time, money and a lot of stress. For more information please click on the link belows, or contact Margaret.