Mediation is a confidential and private way of solving disputes.
It is a process in which an independent third party assists people in reaching a mutually beneficial and amicable solution. Mediation is a completely voluntary process which only becomes binding when both parties have reached a full and satisfactory agreement. The mediator will not decide on any outcome nor has the mediator any input to the final decision which of course must be reached by the parties involved. In some circumstances such as financial mediation/negotiation, often lending institutions will refuse to mediate or negotiate directly with their own client but will accept an authorised third party who can speak on your behalf. In those circumstances, the mediator will be retained by the bank’s client as an authorised 3rd party in the dispute and will attempt to obtain the best result possible for their client following instruction from the client of the outcome they hope to achieve. The onus is on the client to give clear instructions to the mediator of the outcome they hope to achieve for the process to be successful.
The benefits of using a mediator are varied and the obvious one is
It’s never too late to mediate
Our aim is to provide our clients with a professional mediation service with an end goal of achieving an amicable solution that is beneficial to all parties involved. Our main client base is varied from homeowners having difficulty engaging with their bank and may be facing home repossessions, to employer / employee disputes or businesses dealing with Vulture funds / creditors or facing receivers or the Sheriff.
No matter how far things progress
it's never too late to mediate.
Mediation is a confidential and private way of solving disputes. Please contact us for more details.
We are pleased to announce that in addition to our Dublin office we have also secured a new five year lease for an office in the Southern region located at 27 Wellington Road, Cork City...more details to follow
Certified by the Mediators Institute of Ireland