What is mediation?
Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) that involves a neutral third party, called a mediator, who assists parties in resolving their disputes. The mediator facilitates communication and negotiation between the parties to help them reach a mutually acceptable solution.
Is mediation confidential?
What can I expect once a referral is made?
inTalks will contact you within 24 hours to discuss the referral. Individual pre-mediation sessions will be arranged with each of the parties prior to the joint mediation session.
How much does mediation cost?
How do I know if we need mediation or a facilitated discussion?
Who can refer for mediation?
What types of disputes can be mediated?
How long does mediation take?
We already have a rehabilitation provider involved can we still use inTalks for Mediation or a facilitated discussion?
What if the dispute has been long standing - can mediation still help?
In such situation’s mediation can be expected to take longer and be more complex as there tends to be long standing perceptions and concerns to unravel. Mediation can play a critical role in allowing the parties to be heard and decide next steps.
Of course, early intervention is desirable in the dispute resolution space – but that is not always possible and good outcomes are still possible with delayed referral.