What is a mediation lawyer?
Mediation is a negotiation process between two willing parties that is mediated by an independent third party. Although lawyers are not required to attend mediation procedures, a lawyer can assist you if you require their expertise in the negotiations. A mediation lawyer can assist in alternate dispute resolution processes which avoid costly court proceedings.
Our lawyer network includes a wide range of skilled mediators and lawyers who will be able to provide you with their expertise to resolve disputes.
When will I need a mediation lawyer?
Some issues are not suitable for resolution inside the courtroom. Mediation can be utilised in family law matters, various types of commercial settlements and property disputes. A mediation lawyer will strive to preserve the relationship between parties. They will be able to provide you expert advice on how to handle the proceedings.
Mediation proceedings may also arise where the Court requires the parties to resolve their dispute outside of the court. In this case the proceedings are involuntary requiring a lawyer to help the parties.
What will a mediation lawyer provide?
A mediation lawyer is able to resolve their client’s disputes outside of court by providing legal advice on how to approach the other party and how to present your matter in mediation proceedings. The advice of mediation lawyers helps to provide both parties with a fair outcome taking into account their individual and commercial needs. These lawyers are skilled in negotiating and can help you receive the best possible outcome.
How much will a mediation lawyer charge?
Legal costs can be unpredictable and expensive. Our aim at LawPath is to provide you with legal options that are fast, affordable and transparent. By providing you with fixed priced quotes this means you are always aware of the costs and can choose the solution which is best tailored to your needs in mediation proceedings.