The mediator will act as an impartial third party. Unlike a friend or relative who may find it hard not to express an opinion, the mediator can remain objective and unemotional. By encouraging constructive communication and an understanding of the other person’s point of view, a spirit of co-operation is created. The mediator will ensure each person has sufficient information and understanding to make agreements designed to survive the test of time.
"I found mediation very useful and think it would have been impossible for us to proceed without you."