Mediation Services London offers a professional, confidential, mediation service for customers across London. Individuals, businesses, managers, employees in HR and solicitors, get in touch for help resolving your disagreement. Our expert mediators have more than a decade of experience and are accustomed to resolving conflicts, of differing complexities - all successfully. Our Mediators are members of: Civil Mediation Council, National Dispute Resolution, Align Mediation and Calm Mediation. Our lead mediator in London is also a trained Solicitor practicing in the field for over 25 years. As a result, she and other team members are able to assess and resolve issues quickly and succinctly. The result? Satisfied parties that are able to move forward with their lives and their business. Our London Mediation Services deals with civil disputes that covers: property, wills and probate, neighbour, community, landlord and tenant, medical negligence and family succession. Alternatively, if your disagreement is to do with matters pertaining to: contractual, corporate, shareholder, commercial debt, business strategy and management, costs, insolvency, supplier, partnership, family succession, we can help you. The process of taking a matter to court can be costly and time consuming. Mediation, on the other hand, can be over in one day and is far more affordable than litigation. if you are looking for a civil mediation service in London to help resolve your conflict in a single day you have come to the right place. Five reasons why you should undertake Mediation are: 1) Results in one day - yes, you read correctly! Unlike the court system, mediation can be reached after only one day. 2) Private and confidential - you can feel safe and free to speak openly at our mediation sessions that take place in convenient private spaces. 3) In your time - choose when and where your meeting takes place. Whilst the legal system dictates this aspect of the process, you and the other party can have control over the location and time set for your mediation session. 4) Having control - both parties have input into an agreed settlement, resulting in everyone being satisfied with the outcome. 5) Improve relationships - when both parties have had input into a settlement, that agreement can mean that a relationship improves over time. So what are you waiting for? Contact us today, by calling 020 8088 2144, for an initial discussion about how we can help you.
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