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Conflict in the workplace – Mediation can make your team more efficient

By |2021-08-18T09:56:46+01:00August 16th, 2021|Civil and Commercial Mediation, Workplace Mediation|

Conflict in the workplace is inevitable when people with different values and opinions come together. That is not always a bad thing, but unaddressed issues will often fester, cause emotional stress and negatively impact the business. Workplace mediation can improve communication and teamwork, reduce stress and prevent disputes from escalating. When we get into an [...]

Family conflicts – are you burning bridges?

By |2021-08-15T21:29:01+01:00July 24th, 2021|Civil and Commercial Mediation, Mediation|

Inheritance disputes are challenging for everyone involved because there is grief, a lifetime of emotions and often hurt feelings. Yet, they are among people who still want to have a relationship after the dispute has been resolved, even if they are angry. While going up against each other in court often destroys the possibility of [...]

What is mediation?

By |2021-10-05T16:55:01+01:00June 19th, 2021|Civil and Commercial Mediation, Family Mediation, Mediation, Workplace Mediation|

What is mediation? Mediation is a voluntary process of resolving disputes by the conflicting parties with the help of an independent, impartial party known as a mediator with the joint instructions of the conflicting parties. Mediation is one of the most commonly recognised ways of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). Mediation is conducted by a [...]

What are Benefits of Mediation?

By |2021-07-25T21:05:54+01:00June 19th, 2021|Civil and Commercial Mediation, Family Mediation, Mediation, Workplace Mediation|

Control: The most significant benefit of Mediation is that the disputing parties make their own decision, and the processes are less stressful than a Court’s proceedings. The parties can explore the misunderstanding, suspicions and other side’s point of view and interest. The parties have opportunities to express their concerns and reasoning. Confidentiality: The whole [...]

History of Mediation

By |2021-07-14T18:22:22+01:00June 19th, 2021|Civil and Commercial Mediation, Family Mediation, Mediation, Workplace Mediation|

History of Mediation & Overview of Mediation… Mediation is a voluntary process of resolving disputes by the conflicting parties with the help of an independent, impartial party known as a mediator with the joint instructions of the conflicting parties. History of Mediation The history of mediation goes back to Ancient Greece, where village elders [...]

Mediation vs Arbitration

By |2021-06-25T16:23:14+01:00June 19th, 2021|Family Mediation, Arbitration, Civil and Commercial Mediation, Mediation, Workplace Mediation|

What is Mediation? Mediation is a form of dispute resolution that is an alternative to court proceedings and legal hearings. The dispute is resolved by those who are parties to the dispute, with the help of a third party playing the role of the mediator rather than by a judge. The Cambridge Dictionary (2019) defines [...]

Family Mediation & MIAM Meeting

By |2021-10-05T16:47:07+01:00June 19th, 2021|Family Mediation|

What is MIAM Meeting? Before beginning the court’s proceedings, the litigant’s parties must attend Mediation Information Assessment Meeting (MIAM). MIAM is an individual pre-mediation session where the disputants can discuss their current situation and current options and decide whether mediation is the correct route for them or what available options they have instead. What [...]

MIAM – Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting

By |2021-10-05T16:36:05+01:00June 18th, 2021|Family Mediation|

Why is MIAM meeting essential in family litigation? In certain kinds of family proceedings, the Family Court’s rules require the applicant to attend Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting (MIAM) before making an application to the Court. The object of the MIAM is that the applicant is made aware of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) options instead [...]

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