Mediation explained


Mediation is a way of resolving disputes without the need to go to Court or involve solicitors in lengthy negotiations. It is a voluntary and confidential process enabling parties to explain their concerns and needs to each other in the presence of a qualified mediator.  Mediation provides a safe environment, helping to reduce hostility and improving chances of long-term co-operation between family members, neighbours and colleagues.

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