Mediation is a process that provides for trained third-party neutrals to facilitate communication and negotiation among parties in order to help resolve current and ongoing disputes. By helping parties change the quality of their conflict interaction from negative and destructive to positive and constructive, the mediator facilitates communication between the parties in order to achieve a mutually positive result.
The most important prerequisite for a successful mediation is the willingness of the parties to resolve the disagreement. Mediation has a statistically high success rate and participants report greater satisfaction with the process and the outcome than in traditional litigation. Through the confidential mediation process, individuals are provided with the opportunity to make better choices in the face of conflict and interpersonal differences, leading to more informed, satisfying and lasting resolutions.
Mediation is an alternative to lengthy and costly litigation. Whether court ordered or party initiated, mediation puts control back into the hands of the parties instead of a judge or jury. We offer mediation services in General Civil, Business, and Divorce and Family matters.
Schedule a mediation with Bennett Law & Mediation Services LLC today to see how third party facilitated communication can save you time, money, and unnecessary hassle!
Bennett Law & Mediation Services LLC can help provide customized dispute resolution solutions for your specific situation. We assist individuals and businesses in reaching an outcome that meets their specific needs. Our experience and techniques are especially applicable to commercial and workplace issues and business relationships.
Mediation is an alternative to a contentious divorce. Going through a divorce can be one of the most stressful events you will face in life. With mediation you can move through, and eventually beyond, the divorce process and have a choice in how you do so. Replace costly litigation with direct negotiation to resolve all necessary issues to peacefully end the marriage.