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Why Mediation?


Mediation is a process that enables parties to come together and explore various options for resolving disputes. It is a forum where people can get together and develop a common understanding.

While the exact benefits of mediation vary depending on the nature of the dispute and the model of mediation used, the following are some of the most common benefits associated with this process.


Through the experience of being in the mediator’s forum, parties can gain a deeper understanding of one another.



Most court cases can stretch out for longer than they need to be. Mediation helps parties find common ground quickly and efficiently



Through mediation, parties can significantly reduce their time and energy costs associated with protracted disputes.



Studies suggest that participants are more likely to follow through with commitments made in voluntary agreements than those with judicially-imposed resolutions.

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During a private caucus, the participants can discuss important details of their situation, which a neutral can easily accept.



Through mediation, parties can avoid both the costly and stressful outcome of protracted litigation and the loss of time and energy it takes to resolve disputes. It can also help them move on from the process and put their disputes behind them.

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Why Choose Positive Results Mediation?

Although courts often order conflicting parties to participate in mediation, it’s also possible to do it on your own. Many opt for this option because it saves time and helps avoid a long and arduous trial.

Successful mediation can help you get through your divorce without going through the court proceedings. Uncontested divorces are usually cheaper and faster. An uncontested divorce can save you a huge sum of money and time. It can also speed up the process by allowing the judge to finalize the divorce without going through a trial.

Availing mediation services can be much less expensive than a trial.

Mediations are far more likely to end in a mutually beneficial settlement.

Spouses can maintain privacy as no public record is maintained of the mediation sessions.

Instead of having a rigid and impersonal legal framework, divorce mediation allows people to come up with a resolution that's right for them.

Rather than the court controlling the process, you and your partner can decide on the times, duration, and final decisions.

Our mediation process encourages the conflicting parties to discuss their grievances, communicate their apprehensions, and come to a mutually agreed-upon settlement.

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For more information on our mediation services, we encourage you to contact us for a thorough discussion on your options.

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