Why Mediate

Perceived Problems

Perceived problem areas of mediation

  1. Clients wish to have 'Their Day in Court' which only litigation can provide;
  2. Mediation is perceived as a sign of weakness; this old (misconceived) view that to offer to mediate is a sign of weakness is
    now long gone since the Civil Procedure Rules, The Pre-Action Protocols, case law and the
    Judiciary all encourage its greater use.
  3. Perception of additional costs in time and money should mediation fail and result in further litigation. This is often negated by the advantage of the mediation process to truely define the issues at dispute which actually saves money.

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