Mediation in Conflicts
By definition, mediation is a conflict resolution system that seeks to avoid direct confrontation between the parties to a trial. Requires the participation of a third party, which mediates between the affected parties in order for them to reach an agreement.
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This is a system that allows significant savings in legal costs and although mediation cannot be used in all cases, more and more people are involved in legal proceedings who opt for this option.
Unlike others such as conciliation or arbitration, in this case, the mediator only has the power to facilitate rapprochement between the parties and promote negotiation, but has no decision-making power over the resolution of the conflict. In other words, it acts as a channel for communication between those affected, but it is they who must manage and put an end to the controversy that confronts them.
Evidently, the option of mediation is not viable when dealing with extremely serious conflicts or blood crimes, but it is a valid resource in many civil, family, labor and mercantile processes.
¿How to Request Mediation?
The intra-judicial mediation service can be activated at the request of the judge in charge of the case, when he considers that the mediation route can put an end to the conflict. However, the parties must agree and voluntarily accept this alternative. In addition, those involved may renounce mediation at any time and without any negative consequences.
The parties may also resort from the outset to mediation before seeking a solution through the courts. To this end, there are already law firms that include the mediation service for the resolution of family, labor, commercial disputes, etc.
Global Red Services has mediation professionals who deal with this type of controversy and facilitate communication between the parties. The agreements reached in a mediation process must be notarized and have the validity of a private contract.
Advantages of Mediation
More economical. Avoids the payment of court fees.
Faster. It does not require the intervention of a judge, overloaded with ongoing proceedings and the deadlines are set by the parties involved.
It does not preclude recourse to arbitration or trial. In other words, in the worst case scenario, if no agreement is reached in mediation, the parties regain the right to initiate any other avenue to defend their position. Nothing is lost.
Maintains professional secrecy. The mediator is obliged to protect all the information that those involved decide to share during the process.