Mediation (Alternate Dispute Resolution)

Mediation (Alternate Dispute Resolution)

Mediation is an alternative form for dispute resolution which is why it is commonly referred to as ADR. Mediation is a process facilitated by a mediator where two parties resolve their disputes by mutual agreement outside court.Mediation is confidential, impartial, self-motivated, and a recognised form of outside court settlement, which can still be done while there is a court case pending and is on stay. Businesses, Families and Communities prefer and recommend mediation to resolve their disputes outside Courts.The mediator is an impartial expert facilitating the mediation between the mediating parties and does not force one or the other outcome on any of the parties. If any of the parties in dispute agree or require the mediator to give an evaluative approach to the mediation, the Mediator in question will analyse the issues and reality test them without giving any legal prescriptive advice. The mediator is not your solicitor or legal representative and does not give you any legal advice. Mediation saves time, money, and valuable resources which you can invest productively in other aspects of life like business, family, friends, recreation to mention but few. Mediation has a structure that ordinary negotiation lacks. The process is confidential and recognised by the law as a form of dispute resolution. Mediation can be used to resolve disputes of any magnitude. The mediators on the Radanks panel are highly qualified and experienced in their respective fields. We have some of the finest mediators on our team , who would handle your dispute with utmost professionalism. We offer mediation in all of the United kingdom, Europe, South Asia and many other parts of the world. Disputants may mediate disputes in a variety of civil, commercial, legal, workplace, peer, community, diplomatic and family matters.
*Mediations provided by Radanks Ltd. UK are not limited to the types of disputes and locations listed above.


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