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Mediation

We at VcourTs believe in ethics and integrity, deliver the best mediation experience to our clientele, Family Law & Divorce is our major forte and we bring smiles in making life easier.

Conflict Areas for Mediation

  • Family Conflicts: like divorce, alimony, child custody,legitimization etc
  • Property disputes: Property disputes related to damage of any property or personal injury
  • Neighbourhood disputes: like HOA disputes, shared amenities, anti-social or violent neighbours, noise complaints, boundaries or fences, etc.
  • Commercial disputes: between businesses,intellectual property infringement,copyright and patent violations, employer and employee disputes like workplace bias or harassment and other matters
  • Consumer disputes: regarding any unfair trade practice or violation of rights of the consumer.
  • Other disputes: Dispute between business partners and shareholders
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Benefits of Mediation

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You are in instant control of dispute and resolution.

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There is no restriction of opting out.

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Time is precious. Save your time and money.

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You can be creative with your options for settlement.

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You can change the future of resolution through mediation.

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Mediation paves the way for Win-Win situation for both the parties.

Mediation FAQs

A confidential, voluntary process in which a court certified neutral person assists disputing parties in addressing their areas of concern and aids them in dialogue for the purpose of creating a mutually satisfying resolution.

A private meeting with anything less than all of the parties and the mediator. Usually used to clarify issues. This is the time to reveal your concerns which you withhold direct or private questions. Anything that you like to withhold discussing in the presence of the other party should be disclosed to the mediator during caucus.

To gather information that might be private, embarrassing, or compromising. Determine willingness and authority to settle. Allow one party to save face To separate parties when emotions flare To improve the mediator relationship with a party and make the parties feel at ease.

There is no hard and fast rule but generally it starts with Petitioner or the prose party or the emotional party.

Rules of evidence generally do not apply in mediation.

Any process used to settle a conflict, other than litigating is called alternate dispute resolution. Examples: Mediation, Negotiation, Early Neutral Case Evaluation, Arbitration, Mini Trial, Summary Jury Trial, Judicially-Hosted Settlement Conference etc

Yes. In Negotiation parties are encouraged by a signed contract, court, or insurer to negotiate their issues or concerns and come to a solution that is acceptable to both sides.

An abbreviated trial presided over by a neutral in which an attorney presents his or her best case to the parties’ reps with an authority to settle. The neutral refrains from announcing a decision. Settlement negotiations follow the hearing. Sometimes the neutral is asked his/her opinion of a court outcome.

An experienced attorney with subject matter expertise listens to legal theory and evidence and then expresses strengths to both sides. Purpose of this approach is to narrow the legal and factual issues.

A retired judge with special training operates as a neutral in order to help parties settle their cases.

A single arbitrator or panel of arbitrators hears an abbreviated version of the evidence and makes a decision. In a non-binding arbitration, either party can demand a trial, although a time limit usually exists. Binding arbitration usually results in a final decision without a court option. The process is adversarial and a form of adjudication.

A mediator attempts to mediate a case and if no agreement is reached, the mediator changes hats and arbitrates the case.

On our online mediation platform, we find a perfect, highly qualified mediator who is a specialist and experienced in dealing with issues that concerns you. We make an appointment for you with the mediator, and then further proceedings will occur with you and the mediator regarding the matter online. The parties don't need to meet in person as we will carry the mediation process on our online platform. From document submission to the meetings, everything will be online. Moreover, we maintain the confidentiality of the matter and conflicting parties throughout the process.

Anyone who is experiencing any dispute or any problem be it a small issue or a complex one, can seek the assistance of our online mediation. If it is a divorce matter, rental dispute, taxation issue in business, or any other issue, we can mediate all your concerns on VcourTs.

Selecting the right mediator for your dispute is the most crucial step in the mediation process as the mediator is the one who will ultimately resolve the dispute with his/her negotiation skills. So, we take this step with utmost care to find the best mediator for you. We assist the parties in identifying and choosing the mediator. Vcourts maintain a connection with experienced mediators specialized in their fields and give the best options to the concerning parties. We appoint the mediator based on your requirements like:

  1. Training and experience in the subject matter of the dispute.
  2. Nationality of the mediator
  3. Professional qualifications and area of specializations
  4. Independent mediators, having no connection with either of the parties in dispute.
  5. Highly skilled mediators for complex disputes.

By considering all your concerns, we appoint the best-suited mediator or lawyer for your dispute.

Mediation has many benefits to offer, and when it is online, it has many more benefits. The benefits that you get from our online mediation services are:

  1. The best thing about online mediation is that you can apply for it in the comfort of your home without having to go out
  2. You can get better options for resolving your conflict with our online mediation as you will find the best mediator without any effort to look after your matter.
  3. The most significant benefit of our online mediation is that it can save both your time and costs. It is online, so it is quicker than ever, and it's online, so it's cheaper than courts.
  4. Our mediation platform maintains the confidentiality of users' data and maintains parties' confidence.
  5. Our online mediation makes the mediation process simpler and can change the future of mediation

By considering all your concerns, we appoint the best-suited mediator or lawyer for your dispute.

The right time for mediation is when the party realizes there is a dispute and should resolve it before it escalates and turn into a serious matter. If the parties take too much time to settle the dispute, then it might become hard to settle the case. So the bottom line is the earliest is the better in resolving a conflict with mediation.

The online mediation on VcourTs platform works smoothly. Mediation begins when we receive a request for mediation from parties on our platform. When the concerned parties submit their dispute for mediation, we collect the details of the parties and the dispute and appoint a mediator to resolve the conflict. The parties then connect with the mediator to perform the prelimina8ry exchange of documents for the mediation process. Now the mediator gathers the information and identifies issues. To come up with the options in favor of both parties, the mediator explores their interests and develops options for settlement. If the parties find the options that favor their interest, then the issue is resolved.

According to research, the chance of success of a dispute resolution through mediation is about 80%. In online mediation, it becomes even easier for parties to apply for mediation as the process is smooth and takes place online, so there are fewer hassles. The reason why mediations are successful is that the parties get a chance to negotiate, which makes them feel empowered. It is not the case when they don't mediate their disputes. So in most cases, mediation is successful.

  • Unmet Expectations, Needs, Power Struggles
  • Desire To Control, Pride, Jealousy, Betrayal
  • Miscommunication, Perceived Inequity or Injustice
  • A Broken Promise, Personal Attacks
  • Judging, Moralizing, Preaching,Discrimination
  • Pride and Fear

Conflict within a person encourages him or her to make personal changes, such as a new job or a new relationship

Conflict with other people may cause discomfort, encouraging behavioral changes to get different results.

Either situation demands attention

In general, people will either Avoid or Delay or Confront conflict

Those that avoid:

  1. Mask or ignore
  2. Pretend all is well
  3. Behave passively/aggressively
  4. Experience anxiety and increases in stress

TThose that delay:

  1. Postpone or wait, putting off actions and / or decisions
  2. Can demonstrate passive/aggressive behavior
  3. Experience anxiety and increases in stress