Benefits of Mediation
· The parties control the process and the pace of the mediation
sessions. The parties, with the mediator's assistance, create an
atmosphere that is positive and supportive to everyone involved.
· The parties communicate directly with each other and work
together to create a resolution that meets their needs.
· Through the mediation process the parties build a foundation of
trust and open communication.
· As with Collaborative Practice, if you have children together, you
have a lifetime of communicating with each other. Working
together through mediation process can help you make the
transition in your relationship and effectively communicate in the
future. This benefits your children as well as each other.
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