07887 660072 | 01924 495888

Is it Essential?

Is It Essential To Have Mediation?

Mediation is one of the alternatives to going to court to settle legal disputes, and the most popular form. Generically it is a form of ADR, that is, Alternative Dispute Resolution. With the kind of mediation Chris offers (again the most popular), facilitative, the mediator facilitates the settlement of the dispute, by carefully listening to both parties, by suggesting where they have common ground, and by gradually drawing them together and helping them to settle their differences.

The mediator is not a judge or an arbitrator; he gives no advice and makes no decisions. Instead, he helps the parties to reach an agreement they can live with.

It is important to understand the sensitive nature of mediation and the volatility of the parties involved. They are most likely going through a very stressful time in their lives so instead of having to drag both parties in to court to settle issues it is best to keep the dialogue open via mediation.

This is why mediation is something that should be given serious consideration, to help make dispute resolution an easier, less stressful experience for all parties involved.

Get In Touch to discuss how Chris can help you.


Forensic Accounting

Mediation

Expert Determination

Chris’s Most Recent Blog

What Others Are Saying

All disputes should if possible be dealt with in this way – Great Mediator!