Civil & Commercial Mediation in Sandwell

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Welcome to Disputes Mediation. We provide a range of services relating to Civil & Commercial Mediation in Sandwell.

Whether you are looking for assistance with a civil or commercial matter, have had a problem within the workplace or need help resolving a family matter we are here to help.

Our mediators live, work in and cover the whole of West Midlands & the surrounding areas including Sandwell. We have been providing Civil & Commercial Mediation services for several years in a cost effective and confidential manner, covering every type of commercial, workplace, employment, family and neighbour dispute, with a very high success rate.

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Areas of expertise

Disputes Mediation is one of the most respected full-service group of mediators in UK. We Provide below mediation in Sandwell

We are offering a full range of mediation services including:

Civil & Commercial Mediation

Commercial mediation can be used in a commercial contract, computer/IT, professional negligence, property disputes, construction, consumer/fair trading, insurance, personal injury, planning (and other disputes with government departments) and inheritance/probate disputes.

Family Mediation

Family Dispute can involve just two people in conflict, or include extended family members. Where there are issues related to family, Family mediation provides an opportunity for separated couples to have difficult discussions in a structured, non-judgmental environment.

We are the best mediation service in the West Midlands.

If you want to resolve a dispute by the best service then do not hesitate and write us a mail!

Civil & Commercial Mediation in Sandwell

In detail…

Civil and Commercial Mediation is one of the most cost-effective alternative dispute resolution forms for resolving civil and commercial disputes between two or more parties. In civil mediation, an independent person, who has no personal stake in the matter, facilitate the conflicting party to find out a solution themselves rather than going to the Court.

Typical cases that we see include:

Contractual Disputes

Contractual can arise if the event of a real or perceived failure by one or more of the parties involved satisfying the contracts’ terms. Contractual dispute includes the failure by one party to meet expectations.

Boundary Disputes

Boundary Disputes happen when two individuals both accept they reserve the privilege to a piece of land. Disputes start when one individual sets up a fence or divider ashore which someone else thought had a place with them.

Landlord and Tenant Disputes

Landlord and Tenant Disputes often arise between landlords and tenants on issues surrounding rent, disrepair, rights, obligations, deposits and service charges.

Workplace Mediation in Sandwell

In detail…

There are a variety of levels of workplace mediation; most prominent is disputes between employees or between employees and employer used for restoring the working relationship and addressing behaviour problems. An independent mediator assists and facilitates both sides of the dispute to engage in constructive structural negotiation and find out a solution to the issue which is acceptable to all parties involved.

We have specialised in workplace mediation resolving issues such as disputes between employees or between employees and employer used for restoring the working relationship and addressing behaviour problems

  • Allegations of bullying and harassment
  • Breakdown of personal relationships at work
  • Personality clash
  • Line management tensions
  • Grievances in response to management style on performance management
  • Attitude, communication and behavioural issues
  • Change management and restructure
  • Group & team issues
  • Perceived discrimination and cultural conflicts.

We have a 95% success rate and take on complex conflicts and sensitive issues, including mediation between senior management, whistleblowing issues, reinstatement, equality & diversity issues, international staff and cultural conflict, sexual harassment, and breakdown of personal relationships at work.

Family Mediation in Sandwell

In detail…

Family Mediation, this is often in the case of a divorce or separation where an outcome needs to be determined as to the future of any children, property or finance that is owned by the separating parties. Family mediation is a process of resolving family disputes by an independent, trained mediator to helps the splitting couples to find out a solution for the issues related to children, finance and another family-related matter. The mediator facilitates the negotiation to find a solution which works for both. In divorce or ending civil partnership cases, most of the time attending court hearing is not required but in cases where there are issues related to children and finances the Court will expect from the parties to consider mediation before applying to the court to hear their case.

Family mediation is where an independent, professionally trained mediator helps you and your ex to work out an agreement about issues such as:

  • Parenting arrangements for children after you break up
  • Child maintenance payments
  • Other finances (for example your house, savings, pension, or debts)

It can also be used to help with the other issues, such as your children keeping in touch with their grandparents, step families, or in-laws. Mediation can also be helpful when arrangements you’ve made before need to change, particularly as your children grow up.

If you go to court to sort out your issues, the judge will make the decisions. You will need to stick to these decisions even if one or both of you feel unhappy about them.

Mediation can help you stay in control. No-one will make you do anything against your wishes. The mediator will help you find a solution which works for you both and explain how you can make an agreement legally binding.

The Mediation in Sandwell Process

Stage One

Initial Meeting

This is the first time when you will sit down with the mediator and explain your side of the issue. In this called initial meeting, Normally initial mediation session lasts about 60 minutes.

Stage Two

Joint Meeting Sessions

In joint Meetings all parties, and the mediator sit down together for the first time. This mediation will progress to a series of private meetings between all parties and the mediator.

Stage Three

Formal Negotiation

Each side will make offers and compromises. Our role at this point is to liaise with all parties until an agreement is reached.

Stage Four

Mediation Agreement

Once a resolution is agreed, it is imperative to draft the terms of the agreement – ideally when the parties are still present.

Why Choose Disputes Mediation?

  • Save On Litigation And Court Fee Costs

  • Affordable Alternative Disputes Resolution Services

  • Experienced Professionals

  • Dependable Mediators

  • Professional & Friendly Service

  • Flexible Appointments

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