Civil and Commercial Mediation
Mediation is a cost-effective method of resolving disputes between two or more parties without litigation costs at Court. The Mediator, who is a neutral independent qualified professional, assists all parties in negotiating a mutually agreeable settlement.
Partaking in mediation is voluntary and the whole process is private and confidential, it brings effective structure that ordinary negotiation may be absent of. The decision to settle and the terms of any agreement rests solely with the parties themselves, not the mediator. The majority of administered mediations tend to settle on the day or shortly thereafter which makes it an attractive alternative to drawn out litigation, whilst reducing your legal costs and the stress associated with taking a dispute to trial.
We can tailor a proposal taking into account the specifics of your dispute, such as the mediators area of specialism, location and cost.
A successful outcome often depends on the mediator’s skill and training. We only appoint CMC/CIArb registered/accredited mediators with current professional development to deal with your dispute. Our mediators, having completed the rigorous training programme meet the UK, European (and International) standards in professionalism and adhere to the practice and standards of:
- Civil Mediation Council – the UK’s recognised authority for all matters related to civil, commercial, workplace and other non-family mediation; and/or
- Chartered Institute of Arbitrators – the world’s leading qualifications and professional body for dispute avoidance and dispute management.
Our team is on hand to offer advice and see that both your necessities and prospects are met in full. Whatever your requirements we can meet strict timescales and provide prompt mediation assistance, where and when you need it. We can therefore offer a no obligation fee quote where the total cost of the mediation process is provided from the outset – with no hidden costs.
Mediation Complaints Procedure
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