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What happens before a Telephone Mediation?
What happens at a Telephone Mediation?
There is no opening joint meeting with this procedure but I still remind the parties that mediation is confidential and voluntary. I speak to each party in turn with the ultimate aim of helping the parties find their own solution to the dispute.
Is Telephone Mediation confidential?
The telephone discussions I have with the parties are confidential. I do not pass anything on without the express permission of the party concerned. Occasionally I may ask to pass something on if I feel it will help the parties reach a solution but I need permission to do so. If the mediation does not end in settlement information passed on during the process can not be used in any litigation – it is without prejudice.
Is the Mediation binding?
If an agreement is reached it is written up – usually by legal representatives. Once the agreement is signed it is binding. In cases where court action has started the agreement will be sent to court and a formal order made. The parties can return to court to enforce the terms of the agreement if necessary.