Civil and Commercial Mediation
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 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.
Contractual disputes 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 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.
Boundary disputes Landlord and tenant disputes
Disputes often arise between landlords and tenants on issues surrounding rent, disrepair, rights, obligations, deposits and service charges.