Mediation proactively brings people together to resolve their disputes. It is a confidential process that involves an impartial person called a mediator to facilitate shared decision making.
A mediator assists individuals and organizations to work towards a variety of goals.
Mediation is an alternative to resolving disputes without filing a formal complaint or lawsuit.
Through mediation, the chance for an amicable resolution is increased.
Mediator fees are a fraction of the costs of the legal fees associated with going to court.
An effective workplace mediator is one who has completed mediation training through a recognized mediation training program. They are neutral, and have a thorough understanding of the mediation process.
Mediation is not just for divorce. It can be the perfect solution for various types of family conflict. Family mediation involves using a facilitated process to resolve disputes. Open and honest communication is promoted between family members. If your family is experiencing a serious disagreement, then a family mediator could be right for you.
• A family mediator is a neutral third-party that encourages discussion and negotiation. They help to create solutions that all parties can agree on.
• Family mediation reduces the stress and emotion of dealing with the courts.
• Family mediation can help to improve relationships by helping parties involved work through hostility. A mediator encourages open dialogue and communication.
• A mediator helps those involved to take control rather than a lawyer or a judge. They enable the parties to create solutions that work best for them.
Don’t let your family dispute become more hostile. Consider mediation to solve your family disagreement and salvage relationships.