What is Mediation?
Mediation is a dynamic, structured, interactive process where a neutral third party guides opponents through processes intended to bring about agreement or reconciliation between opponents in a dispute. It implies deliberation that results in solutions that may or may not be accepted by the contending parties.
Who can benefit from Mediation?
Mediation can be utilized in all types of situations, most common would be for parties seeking divorce. Save time & money, mediate versus litigate. Individuals entering divorce can leverage mediation to set-up parenting agreements and / or revise existing parenting agreements.
Parties entering into mediation agree to participate in the process. If they are not willing to participate in the process, then the session is over. Parties will hear up front the interests of the individuals involved, listening without judgment. This is a critical step as the goal is to achieve a common agreement not to defend a particular point of view.
If you have an issue you feel mediation can resolve, contact Connecting to the Core today!