More about Mediation

Mediation is a confidential process. Your information is not disclosed without written consent from both parties, or if required to do so by law. Your participation in mediation is of your own free will. In some cases mediation has been agreed to in your initial contract rather than immediately getting involved a lawsuit.
Mediation assumes you are acting in good faith, telling the truth, providing all pertinent information and you're negotiating to try and to reach an agreement.
Mediation is a neutral process, the mediator, will not take sides in your matter. The Mediator will listen to both sides and advocate for both your interests.
Mediation is an informal process, meaning you are here to resolve a dispute without the time and expense of litigation.
Mediation can be binding if both sides agree or there is binding mediation clause in your contract. What this means is the agreement will be binding in a court of law and the matter is closed.
Mediation means that you're open to compromise in order to resolve your dispute. It also means that the parties involved determine the outcome and not the court.
Mediation begins with an explanation from each party, then we will discuss those explanations and attempt to resolve all the issues and reach an agreement.