It’s an excellent opportunity for preserving business relations and gives parties maximum control over the outcome.
In mediation, the decision-making authority rests with the disputing parties. The role of the mediator includes reducing the obstacles to communication, maximizing the exploration to alternatives and addressing the needs of the disputants.
Mediation is based on principles of problem solving that focus on the needs and interests of the disputing parties, as well as impartiality, neutrality, integrity, confidentiality and self-determination.
What is the role of the Mediator?
The Mediator is an impartial intermediary who helps parties in defining the issues in dispute, facilitates communications and assists parties in reaching a practical solution in an amicable manner.
When is Mediation suitable?
We mediate in disputes provided that:
What is the checklist for documents?
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For added efficiency and ease of use, we also have a Smart Mediation application that allows you to submit your mediation request, documents and payment via your mobile device. You can keep track of all your applications and receive status updates too.
Beside our traditional Mediation service, we also provide Virtual Mediation through different platforms where disputing parties can meet, discuss and resolve their issues amicably from anywhere in the world without the need for their physical presence. It is a service that enables us to remotely process your Mediation case under any circumstances with no interruption and at any time according to the relevant parties’ convenience.
Why Virtual Mediation?
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