DO’S AND DONT’S FOR SUCCESSFUL MEDIATION, CONCLUSION

December 19, 2012 § 1 Comment

This is the finale of the series on Mediation by Don Dornan. Jr., of Biloxi.

CONCLUSION

When an agreement is reached through mediation, the parties feel a sense of relief on one hand and a degree of satisfaction on the other. This is because they have actively participated in crafting the solution to their dispute. Even if a party has some misgivings, this feeling usually evaporates over time, resulting in overall satisfaction with the process. Because there are no losers in mediation, no stigma is created because the parties crafted their own agreement with the assistance of the mediator.

Not every case can be settled to the satisfaction of lawyers representing Plaintiffs or Defendants. However, the best achievable settlement can be realized through effective use of the mediation process.

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Many thanks to Mr. Dornan for allowing us to benefit from his work here on the blog. I hope you will find it useful. I know that from his tips and those in Lydia Quarles’ series, I have gained a better understanding of the ways to approach, prepare for, and operate during mediation. The benefits to litigants can be substantial.

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§ One Response to DO’S AND DONT’S FOR SUCCESSFUL MEDIATION, CONCLUSION

  • This some really good information about mediation. It is good to know that mediation will help prevent anyone from losing. That does seem like a good thing to be aware of when you are going through a divorce.

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