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Family conflicts – are you burning bridges?

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 [...]

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What is 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?

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

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

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 [...]

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