What Is Mediation?
Mediation is a confidential process used to resolve conflicts in an amicable manner. Think of it as specialized problem solving.
A neutral mediator directs the process and facilitates the discussion between the parties with a goal to explore solutions and obtain a mutually satisfactory agreement.
The objective of mediation is for parties in conflict to participate in good faith in a dialogue regarding their dispute, to present their points of view and to explore options for settlement in an effort to reach a mutually satisfactory resolution of their dispute.
What Happens in Mediation?
The mediator welcomes the participants and explains the mediation process, the mediator’s role in the process and the rules of mediation. The participants present the issues they want to resolve, explore their interests and options and look for a mutual resolution. If the parties reach an agreement and sign it, this agreement may have the validity of a contract.
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