What Is Mediation?

What Are The Advantages and Disadvantages of Mediation?

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What Is Mediation?

Mediation is a process in which a neutral person guides the parties towards the resolution of a dispute. While not giving legal advice, Attorney Daniell will provide legal background information to assist parties in mediation in coming to an agreement. The agreement, at the parties’ option may be drafted by the mediator for subsequent filing in court, or in personnel or organizational records.

What Are The Advantages And Disadvantages Of Mediation?

Mediation allows the parties themselves to reach a solution without the added expense of hiring attorneys. The resolution is not imposed, but valid only if there is mutual agreement as to the terms. It allows for creative problem solving outside the traditional litigation process. Each party has the opportunity to be heard. Mediation is not an advantageous method of conflict resolution where there is a large power imbalance between the parties, or where abuse has occurred.

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