No. The mediator’s report to the Court contains only the people in attendance, the result of the mediation (or if an impasse occurred and no agreement was reached) and, perhaps, the cost of the mediation. The mediator will not be
Mediation is a structured process where a neutral third-party assists the parties involved to achieve a resolution. One of the most important aspects of this process is the level of self-party determination of the solution. In other words, the parties
Typically, only civil cases can be mediated. The kinds of civil cases that are mediated include business disputes, landlord-tenant disputes, small claims disputes, divorces, child custody disputes and contract disputes. One of the primary reasons to choose mediation over typical
Mediation does not require a lawyer; in fact part of the advantage of mediation is the lack of a lawyer and the corresponding legal fees. However, you may want to hire a lawyer to consult and offer advice during the
Statistically, most mediation cases take between 1/2 to two days. This is partly because mediation is less cumbersome than litigation, but also because people typically take smaller disputes to mediation and save really large complex claims for litigation. Larger business
There are many benefits of mediating a dispute. The most obvious are confidentiality, saving money and saving time. There are additional benefits as well: Personal Empowerment People who negotiate their own settlements often feel more powerful than those who use
Mediation is 100% confidential and one of the most attractive qualities to this process…
There are several qualities you should look for when determining a Mediator.