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Common Aspects of Mediation

Mediation is a process where a third party helps two parties find a mutually agreeable solution to a dispute between them.  It can be applied from to disputes between individuals to the highest of world disagreements.

The rules of mediation vary widely depending upon the circumstance and level of party dispute.  Professional mediators are highly trained in their profession although any one acting to help two parties to resolve a dispute can be considered a mediator.

Mediation is commonly used for for situations involving prenuptial agreements, divorce, separation, eldercare, family issues, estate disputes, medical issues, harassment, grievances, wrongful termination, land use, landlord-tenant disputes, contracts, personal injury, etc.

Common aspects of a mediation include:

1. A difference of opinion that needs resolution.
2. Resolution resides with the parties agreeing on a solution.
3. The parties agree to negotiate toward a resolution.
4. A neutral third party is enlisted to help the parties discuss their differences and arrive at an agreeable solution.

Mediation is different from arbitration and other forms of conflict resolution in that it is flexible, involves the participation of the parties involved in arriving at a solution and is not binding upon the participants.

Mediators are generally allowed the flexibility to use a method or methods of his or her choosing to best arrive at an amenable agreement between the parties.


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