Mediation Solicitors Berkhamsted, Amersham & Beaconsfield
Mediation is a confidential and civilised way to settle your dispute simply and quickly.
It is a process which enables parties to resolve disputes through dialogue and negotiation, facilitated by an impartial, qualified third party – the mediator.
The mediator does not take sides, judge or give advice, their role is to facilitate discussions objectively, helping the disputing parties to identify the core of their dispute and arrive at a solution which works for them.
Mediation is a voluntary process. It is confidential and “without prejudice”, so parties are free to discuss matters openly. Issues can be resolved swiftly and, if a solution is not found through the mediation process, parties are free to resume legal proceedings.
Why Choose Mediation?
There are many advantages to choosing mediation:
- significantly reduces costs
- greater flexibility
- allows swift resolution of disputes
- enables repair and renewal of relationships
- can be used in almost all types of disputes.
Types of Mediation:
- What is Family Mediation?
- Why Choose Breakthrough Family Mediation?
- How Does Mediation Work?
- The Role Of The Mediators
- Community Mediation
- Workplace Mediation
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