Mediation offers a wide variety of benefits to both parties.
You can save money by mediating a dispute instead of taking expensive legal or employment tribunal action. Mediation is more cost-effective, less expensive, and less expensive than these other options.
You will be able to save tens of thousands of pounds on the expensive costs of going to court, having a trial or tribunal, hiring a lawyer, a barrister, or a solicitor, and hiring an expert.
Save time – You’ll save a lot of time by mediating instead of going to court because the process is far more streamlined and less time-consuming.
Even while resolving certain family disputes, such as a divorce or a separation, can take as long as a few months, mediation is still going to be a speedier option than going to court.
Informal – no Court, no Judges, no tribunal. There will be no witness evidence, and there will also be no cross-examination!
The procedures involved in mediation are informal, less intimidating, and can take place in a neutral location of your choosing.
Less harmful –
Mediation can help to repair, restore, enhance, and preserve post- or fresh-damaged relationships that could have been damaged by litigation, court, or employment tribunal actions. These types of relationships include: • Commercial or business relationships, which allow trading to continue
Mediation can also help to repair, restore, enhance, and preserve new relationships. • Employment connections within the workplace, so that individuals can continue to work alongside one another in a manner that is both calm and productive.
Relationships inside the family, especially those involving children, are especially important.
Family Mediation Halifax gives you the opportunity to form your own opinions and draw your own conclusions, which makes it simpler for you to exercise control over the situation.
You are the one who chooses the suitable action to take and the outcome that you want.
You get the opportunity to negotiate the conditions, in contrast to a judge or arbitrator who decides for you and imposes a resolution regardless of whether or not you agree with it, and regardless of whether the judge or arbitrator is impartial or not.
Confidential – The mediation process is strictly confidential and takes place in a private setting. Therefore, sensitive information is protected, and your privacy is ensured to the fullest extent possible.
As a result, the conversations and agreements reached during the mediation are strictly confidential and cannot be disclosed to any party that was not directly participating in the process.
All of our discussions aimed at finding a solution to your disagreement will be held in the strictest confidence. To put this another way, the parties will not be able to depend on what took place during the mediation if the dispute is not resolved over the course of the mediation.