What are the benefits off mediation?

Mediation provides quick agreement, with the commitment of the parties to meet the requirements they themselves have granted.

It is economical, time and money: cheaper and more random than a balance of power or legal process. It is a closed door: a confidential process to which the parties and the mediator commit themselves.

It allows, through the dialogue that it involves and that it establishes, the emergence of solutions adapted to the conflict, by regulating the psychological difficulties, by restoring the relations between the parts, then to eventually address the purely financial questions. It has advantages that go beyond the situation in question: it allows to examine the aspects of a dispute and to anticipate the risks inherent in the implementation of the agreement; it goes from relational quality to negotiation and integrates a creative process.

Leeds Mediation Rhino, whether judicial or conventional, is à la carte. It presupposes, however, the real and expressed will of the parties to act loyally and with a common desire to find a lasting solution: the balance of power must give way to the report of interest.

Through mediation, the parties can find a space of communication and elaborate an agreement adapted to the needs of each one. It is part of the relational reality: taking into account the lasting or unsustainable nature of relations between the parties.

Mediation provides quick agreement, with the commitment of the parties to meet the requirements they themselves have granted.

It is economical, time and money: cheaper and more random than a balance of power or legal process. It is a closed door: a confidential process to which the parties and the mediator commit themselves.

It allows, through the dialogue that it involves and that it establishes, the emergence of solutions adapted to the conflict, by regulating the psychological difficulties, by restoring the relations between the parts, then to eventually address the purely financial questions. It has advantages that go beyond the situation in question: it allows to examine the aspects of a dispute and to anticipate the risks inherent in the implementation of the agreement; it goes from relational quality to negotiation and integrates a creative process.

Mediation, whether judicial or conventional, is à la carte. It presupposes, however, the real and expressed will of the parties to act loyally and with a common desire to find a lasting solution: the balance of power must give way to the report of interest.

Through mediation, the parties can find a space of communication and elaborate an agreement adapted to the needs of each one. It is part of the relational reality: taking into account the lasting or unsustainable nature of relations between the parties.

In relation to a decision of Justice, mediation is restorative and conciliatory; the solution belongs to the parties and not to the Judge who only decides in accordance with the legal rules that are binding on him.

Mediation calls for personal responsibility and the freedom of consent of each party; The parties define the modalities of the mediation, with the mediator to whom they entrust the responsibility of guaranteeing its smooth running.

It adapts to different contexts.

In relation to a decision of Justice, mediation is restorative and conciliatory; the solution belongs to the parties and not to the Judge who only decides in accordance with the legal rules that are binding on him.

Mediation calls for personal responsibility and the freedom of consent of each party; The parties define the modalities of the mediation, with the mediator to whom they entrust the responsibility of guaranteeing its smooth running.

It adapts to different contexts.