Mediation for Disputes



What Is Mediation?
Mediation is a process designed to resolve disputes and hopefully improve relationships. It is a process in which an independent and impartial person, known as the mediator, will work with the disputing parties to help them explore, and hopefully reach, a mutually acceptable resolution to their dispute.


The Difference Between Mediation, Arbitration and Litigation?
In mediation the parties or the mediator are not limited by what is legally right or any rules of legal procedure. Everything is carried out informally and the parties are free to accept or reject any terms of settlement suggested by the mediator. That is, the parties will finally determine their own outcome.

In arbitration, the parties have no control over the final outcome because they are legally bound by the arbitrator’s award or judgement under the rules of the court. The arbitrator is obliged to decide a dispute, according to the law and rules of evidence and procedure, as in normal court procedures.<...

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