DON’T LITIGATE

MEDIATE

HW Mediators

Leading Mediation and Dispute Resolution Based In Somerset West

Mediation is a process whereby a neutral mediator will work with both parties in a dispute, to find a mutually acceptable solution.
It is not based on the law, but is an informal, yet structured way of finding a solution that both parties can be happy with.
It is a much faster, more efficient and cheaper way of resolving disputes.
It is completely confidential. There is no winner or loser.
The joint decision making means that both parties will walk out as winners.
The final agreement reached will become legally binding once it has been put into writing and signed by both parties. You can mediate any dispute.
From divorce settlement, maintenance and visitation to a disagreement with your neighbour over his tree damaging the boundary wall to unfair dismissal.

 

DON’T LITIGATE

MEDIATE

HW Mediators

Leading Mediation and Dispute Resolution Based In Somerset West

Mediation is a process whereby a neutral mediator will work with both parties in a dispute,
to find a mutually acceptable solution.

It is not based on the law, but is an informal, yet structured way of finding a solution that both parties can be happy with.

It is a much faster, more efficient and cheaper way of resolving disputes.
It is completely confidential. There is no winner or loser.

The joint decision making means that both parties will walk out as winners.

The final agreement reached will become legally binding once it has been put into writing
and signed by both parties.

You can mediate any dispute.

From divorce settlement, maintenance and visitation to a disagreement with your neighbour over his tree damaging the boundary wall to unfair dismissal.

 

DON’T LITIGATE

MEDIATE

HW Mediators

Leading Mediation and Dispute Resolution
Based In
Somerset West

Mediation is a process whereby a neutral mediator will work with both parties in a dispute,
to find a mutually acceptable solution.

It is not based on the law, but is an informal, yet structured way of finding a solution that both parties can be happy with.

It is a much faster, more efficient and cheaper way of resolving disputes.
It is completely confidential. There is no winner or loser.

The joint decision making means that both parties will walk out as winners.

The final agreement reached will become legally binding once it has been put into writing
and signed by both parties.

You can mediate any dispute.

From divorce settlement, maintenance and visitation to a disagreement with your neighbour over his tree damaging the boundary wall to unfair dismissal.

 

Dispute Resolution Cases Where Mediation Is Effective

Family Disputes

Divorce

Tax Disputes

Intellectual Property

Elderly Disputes

Employment Disputes

Wondering Why You Should Use Mediation?

– Focus is on resolution, not battle 

– Create win-win agreements 

– Avoid unpredictable outcomes 

– Improve communication 

– Costs far less than litigation 

 

– Go at your own pace 

– Preserve relationships 

– Maintain your privacy 

– Tell your story and be heard 

– Less stress – No judges or juries 

 

Wondering Why You Should Use Mediation?

– Focus is on resolution, not battle 

– Create win-win agreements 

– Avoid unpredictable outcomes 

– Improve communication 

– Costs far less than litigation 

 

– Go at your own pace 

– Preserve relationships 

– Maintain your privacy 

– Tell your story and be heard 

– Less stress – No judges or juries 

 

Types Of Mediation 

Facilitative Mediation

In facilitative mediation or traditional mediation, a professional mediator attempts to facilitate negotiation between the parties in conflict.

Rather than making recommendations or imposing a decision, the mediator encourages disputants to reach their own voluntary solution by exploring each other’s deeper interests.

 

Court-Mandated Mediation

Court-ordered mediation. Litigators and mediators are sometimes confounded by the oxymoron of court-ordered mediation. 

Mediation is a voluntary, confidential, non-binding process in which a mediator helps the parties identify obstacles to settlement and develop strategies to resolve their dispute.

Evaluative Mediation

Evaluative mediation is concerned primarily with reaching a deal. This style of mediation focuses more on expected court outcome and less on the parties’ interests.

If a trial is coming up the attorneys may suggest using an evaluative mediator with the hope of reaching a deal and avoiding trial.

Concord Mediation

Concord Mediation fully subscribes to the fact that the best resolution is one that the parties can easily sign up to in terms of it being “their own” but also recognizes that we have a role in suggesting feasible outcomes and helping parties to consider options that might not otherwise have arisen. 

 

Contact Us

Phone

08 33 10 11 12

Email

info@hwmediators.com

 

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