Mediation is an out-of-court procedure of resolving the conflict. It based on the voluntary consent of the parties with the assistance of a mediator.
The priority in this case is the future relationship of the parties, the reaching of a mutually beneficial decision, and not a dry legal assessment of the claims of the parties.
It is important that the settlement of the dispute in mediation is more beneficial to the parties, much easier, faster and cheaper than the consideration of the dispute in court.
The emphasis is placed on the equality of the parties, neutrality and disinterest of the mediator, confidentiality.
The basic principle of mediation is voluntariness. Moreover, both in making a decision on applying to the mediation procedure, and in achieving a mutually acceptable solution on the merits of the dispute.
The result of the mediation procedure is a voluntary agreement of the parties to the dispute to resolve a certain issue.
As a mediator, the parties choose an independent certified mediator who assists in the development of a solution on the merits of the dispute by the parties.
It should be noted that the mediation procedure is optimal in disputes arising in connection with the implementation of entrepreneurial and other economic activities - where it is important for the parties to maintain long-term partnerships, as well as in disputes arising from civil and family legal relations.