Mediation is a form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR) that is facilitated by a neutral third party. Mediation can be a very cost-effective way of handling a dispute that might otherwise need to be decided through more expensive court proceedings. Acting as a facilitator, a mediator helps clarify issues, identifies differences and negotiates a resolution that works for all parties. A mediator doesn't provide legal advice or recommend the terms of an agreement. Instead, a mediator assists those in conflict to reach an agreement.
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