How Does Mediation Work? Mediation Solicitors Berkhamsted, Amersham & Beaconsfield
BFLS office team receives case referrals, assigns suitable mediators and handles the preparations in liaison with the referrer. Our service is flexible, but a typical workplace mediation would take place on a single day as follows:
Stage 1: Introductory meetings
Our mediators, meet each client involved in the dispute separately and in confidence. They listen to what has been happening, find out how they would like things to be in future, and explain the mediation process.
Stage 2: Preparation meeting
Meeting the clients separately again, the mediators prepare them for the mediation meeting. This valuable support helps the clients to express themselves in a way that will be heard by the other person, leading to the best possible outcome from the process.
Stage 3: Mediation meeting
The clients come together with the mediators. Each client has an opportunity to speak and listen and, with the mediators help, they explore the dispute, identify their respective needs and find mutually acceptable solutions. Points of agreement and action are recorded and signed.
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“Our intention was to agree an amicable settlement out of court. Catherine mediated very well and I must say, was very professional throughout.”