Mediation process involves a qualified, neutral third party in place of a judge.
Disputes are often resolved in a courtroom or leading up to a trial, other times they are resolved using a mediator.
A mediation process is mandatory in some areas of law and involves a qualified, neutral third party in place of a judge. The mediator is often an expert in the subject matter of the dispute and is skilled at helping both parties identify a mutually acceptable resolution.
Success rates for mediation are high and costs are lower than conventional litigation.