Mediation is an out-of-court system that makes it possible to avoid resorting to legal processes that could be long in many cases. From Calders, we offer you a service through specialists to obtain results in civil and family processes and thus avoid the judicial process.

As a third subject, our professional mediator will collect all the information provided to offer you the options to reach an agreement. Of course, impartiality with the two parties involved will be guaranteed throughout the process.

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Professional mediation in conflict resolution

When two parties cannot agree on an issue that can go to trial, the option of mediation should always be considered. To avoid lengthy court processes in complex disputes, mediation has proven to be largely effective. Although, of course, both parties have to be willing to compromise and negotiate.

Of course, both parties have to be willing to include the figure of the mediator, so there has to be some intention to solve the conflict. Normally, it is one of the parties that makes the proposal to the other to solve the conflict through mediation. The judge himself may also recommend a mediation process depending on the case.

It should be noted that in the case of mediation, what is intended is to facilitate rapprochement and obtain a negotiated solution to the conflict. The mediator does not have the power to decide unilaterally as can happen in other methods of conciliation or arbitration.

One of the main benefits of mediation, as is clear, is the savings in legal costs that it can lead to. Also, the times for the resolution of the conflict are shortened, avoiding possible delays in the courts.

Resorting to mediation is usually of great help, but in case of not reaching an agreement, you can always follow a routine legal course or opt for mechanisms such as arbitration.

The lawyers specialized in mediation at Calders Economistes can solve your doubts whatever the case in which you may be interested in resorting to mediation. Could we speak?