As we all know, Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in which the parties to a lawsuit (as well as prospective adversaries) meet with a neutral third-party in an effort to settle the case. The third-party is called a mediator. A settlement of a dispute or controversy by setting up an independent person on between two contending parties in order to aid the in the settlement of their disagreement is called Mediation. Mediation is a confidential and voluntary form of structured negotiation designed to help clients reach an informed agreement with the assistance of one impartial mediator. The mediator acts like a coach who tries to get the parties to come to an agreement. Mediation is of great relevance in family matters as well as corporate disputes. The mediator must remain neutral at all times during the mediation process, therefore neither party may contact the mediator outside the mediation, unless the other party consents to the conversation. We have a team of accredited and trained neutral mediators, for clients looking for an alternate form of dispute resolution (other than Courts of law).