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                        benefits of mediation


There are many benefits to mediating a dispute.  Many people experience:


  • Reduction in stress - People feel happier and more productive at work and at home.
  • Financial savings - People generally spend considerably less money than in litigation.
  • Quicker resolution - Peaople are pleased to move on to other parts of their lives.
  • Freedom to discuss a variety of topics - Mediation is the time to have your say about what you feel is important.  This may not be the case with a judge and sometimes with attorneys.
  • Increased confidentiality
  • Better shelter for children and other family members from dispute process.
  • Better adherence to final agreement - People generally follow through on agreements made in mediation because they actually make the decisions themselves (as opposed to being told what to do by a judge).
  • Better cooperation in future interactions - Working collaboratively often promotes enough healing between individuals that they will have better future dealings with each other.

Mediation is a collaborative process where parties in disagreement come together with a neutral third party to discuss their respective needs and wishes.  Through facilitated dialogue the parties are better able to make choices for themselves and joint decisions than if they were to relinquish total control of their matters to judges or attorneys.

MEDIATION



                        benefits of mediation


There are many benefits to mediating a dispute.  Many people experience:


  • Reduction in stress - People feel happier and more productive at work and at home.
  • Financial savings - People generally spend considerably less money than in litigation.
  • Quicker resolution - Peaople are pleased to move on to other parts of their lives.
  • Freedom to discuss a variety of topics - Mediation is the time to have your say about what you feel is important.  This may not be the case with a judge and sometimes with attorneys.
  • Increased confidentiality
  • Better shelter for children and other family members from dispute process.
  • Better adherence to final agreement - People generally follow through on agreements made in mediation because they actually make the decisions themselves (as opposed to being told what to do by a judge).
  • Better cooperation in future interactions - Working collaboratively often promotes enough healing between individuals that they will have better future dealings with each other.

Mediation is a collaborative process where parties in disagreement come together with a neutral third party to discuss their respective needs and wishes.  Through facilitated dialogue the parties are better able to make choices for themselves and joint decisions than if they were to relinquish total control of their matters to judges or attorneys.

MEDIATION