Mediation MK is extremely pleased and proud to announce that we are now members of the Civil Mediation Council (CMC)
Mediation is a confidential process that gives parties control over the outcome. Mediators might provide participants with information about what the laws says in particular circumstance or options available to parties, but they do so from a neutral perspective with no interest in the outcome of the dispute and cannot impose a solution.
Within mediation, offers can be made without influencing what happens if the dispute is eventually resolved in court (known as offers made ‘without prejudice’) which can enable participants to try to reach a settlement without compromising their position.
If agreement is reached in mediation, put in writing and signed, it is binding like any other contract. If court proceedings have already commenced, an order of the court which reflects what was agreed in mediation can be made by agreement of those involved (known as a ‘consent order’ or a ‘Tomlin order’).
What does that mean to you? If you have a dispute that is other than a family matter, which you cannot resolve yourself then we can step in and help reach a resolution and/or settlement.
If you would like to see more about the CMC have a look at their webiste: https://civilmediation.org/
Have you had some work done on your house or place of business and the service was not up to the standard promised? Have your purchased and item which was faulty or not as described, and the vendor won’t provide a refund or exchange? Have you had an agreement with another business and they have failed to meet your order or the have not kept up to their side of the agreement? Whatever it may be we can help!
If you would like to discuss your situation further and take a step closer to getting your issue resolved then contact us today
We are Now Member of the Civil Mediation Council
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