You will need the agreement of the other party to your dispute to mediate. Whilst you may not agree the facts that led to the dispute in the first place that does not mean that you cannot agree on the process you will use to try to resolve it.
Simply suggest mediation to the other side, and give them the details of this website they can find out more about mediation for themselves. If you or the other party have any questions you are welcome to contact us to talk them through, with no obligation.
You may be reluctant to meet with the other side but arrangements can be made so you will not have to have direct contact with the other side during the mediation.
Once both parties have agreed that you want us to mediate the dispute, visit the Booking page to see when your chosen mediator is free, and agree a date. Mediations can be arranged at very short notice – just a few days if everyone is available.
- Complete our Mediation Referral Form; or
- Book the date, which you can do by phone or online on our Booking page
We’ll take it from there…
You will not have to have direct contact with the other side during the mediation.