Can Mediation totally replace the legal system?

November 1, 2020by ra123456

The answer is No. Litigation is a must for:

  • Criminal cases, public safety matters and civil rights issues where the principle of law needs to be established.
  • Cases where there is a clear breach of obligation.
  • Cases involving violence, drugs, child abuse etc where the mediator himself may become culpable for not revealing information gained through the mediation process to the authorities.
  • Cases where the disputing parties are not serious about the process or genuine intent and commitment is lacking.

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Prabhakar

We just cannot believe it.  Our family dispute had been lingering for the last one decade. Got resolved in four sessions!

I J Sikand

I have worked with mediation consultants before, but I have never seen a group which is so dedicated and committed to their cause. Very professional indeed.

Kamaldeep

I never knew disputes could be resolved so easily and economically. At the end of the day, it was win-win for all of us.

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