Is the presence of lawyer must in mediation hall?

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Normally only the parties concerned have to be present in the mediation centre. E.g. in a divorce proceedings only husband, wife and the mediator should be present. For assistance advocates can be present. There are instances where parents, relatives and friends are reported to be inside the mediation room. You have the right to object… Read more »

Is referring the case to Mediation compulsory?

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No, it is not compulsory. Unless both the party sign in front of the judge that they agree to mediation one cannot be forced. Mediation is a negotiation process in which a neutral third party assists the disputing parties in resolving their disputes. A Mediator uses special negotiation and communication techniques to help the parties… Read more »

What is the role of the mediator?

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The mediator’s ultimate role is to do anything and everything necessary to assist parties to reach agreement. In serving this ultimate end, the mediator may take on any or all of the following roles – Convener Educator  Communication Facilitator Translator  Questioner and Clarifier Process Advisor Angel of Realities Catalyst Responsible Detail Person Mediation is a… Read more »

What Are the Benefits of Mediation?

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Benefits of Mediation –  People in disputes who are considering using mediation as a way to resolve their differences often want to know what the process offers. While mediation can not guarantee specific results, there are trends that are characteristic of mediation. Below is a list of some of the benefits of mediation, broadly considered…. Read more »