About Mediation

What Is Mediation?

Mediation is an informal, confidential, consensual, and flexible dispute resolution process. It is voluntary unless it is court-ordered. Mediators do not tell the parties what to do or give any advice to the parties – the decision power stays with the party. The job of the Mediator is to help both sides define the issues clearly, understand each other’s position, and help the parties move closer to a resolution through joint sessions and separate caucuses with the parties. Mediation is a flexible process used to settle disputes in a whole range of situations such as Workplace and Consumer Issues.

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Here Are Five Reasons Why You Should Mediate Rather Than Litigate –

  1. -> Mediation Saves Money Because It Cost Less Than Litigation.
    -> The Cost Is Shared Equally By The Disputing Parties.
    -> Mediation Saves Time, Unlike Litigation Which Can Drag On For Months/Years.
  2. -> Mediation Is Confidential, Unlike Litigation.
    -> All Discussions And Disclosure During The Mediation Process Are Private And Cannot Be Revealed To Anyone Outside The Mediation Process.
  3. -> Both Parties Have Equal Say In The Issues In Dispute.
  4. -> Both Parties Decide The Solution And The Terms Of The Settlement NOT The Mediator.
  5. -> Mediation Creates A Win-Win Outcome While Litigation Creates Winners And Losers.