Mediation provides a forum and an atmosphere in which parties gain understanding, work together to explore options for resolution and weigh those options against alternatives. While a neutral third party (the Mediator) guides the process, the disputing parties themselves explore what is really important to each of them and ultimately determine the outcome. While the benefits of mediation vary somewhat, the following are typical:

  • Informal, non-adversarial process
  • Mutually acceptable and voluntary agreement
  • Parties control the outcome
  • Avoid excessive time, expense and stress of litigation
  • Can be handled quickly and confidentially
  • Broken relationships can be mended
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