Alternative Solution of Solving Disputes without Disasters
Mediation is a perfect solution of solving disputes with peace and mutual settlements. In this process, a mediator listen the grievances of both the parties and provides solution to them and help them in solving their disputes through mutual settlement and small negotiation. This person is truly a professional expert that never forces the parties to follow his decision but ask their decisions and then he try to solve the dispute and encourage both the parties to follow the best result so that they can spend a fruitful future.
Generally mediators are allotted by the court with the mutual agreement between the lawyers of both the parties. These mediators provide all their divorce mediation service to their clients. There are many professional who are lawyers and also who have their private offices and acting as a divorce mediators and solving the disputes of many clients. In ninety percent cases, they eliminate the requirements of the judges. Some other retired lawyers after getting the full fledged training from the Resolution services started the business of the mediation and helping many of the couples and no doubt that they are successful in solving around 70 percent cases and helped them to live a happy married life from the beginning after forgetting all the disputes.
After a long hard work people at last got the perfect solution of solving their disputes because in this process they talk with each other with full peace, honesty, and in the atmosphere of complete cooperation. In case if this process doesn’t suits to any couple then they go to the court to take the law divorce and go for the adversarial approach. Here are some advantages of the mediation process over the court case:
viii. Divorce mediators help both the parties to resolve the dispute with mutual settlements.
ix. The cost of mediation is less than litigation.
x. Both the parties are free to take the decisions.
xi. Privacy of both the parties kept safe and undisclosed.
xii. Settlement is done keeping in mind their needs.
xiii. It’s a non adversarial process.
xiv. Both the parties feel free while talking and place their problem in front of the mediator.
After a long research, we have come to a conclusion that it is appropriate in most of the cases but it also has many cons too. Here are the disadvantages:
iv. It is not good in case when the other is not ready to cooperate and no one can force him/her.
v. Second party can dominate you for his decision.
vi. The spouse can threaten you for your safety and can create problem.
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