Summary of Mediation
What is it?
A process in which an independent person helps people involved in a dispute to resolve it.
A flexible way of solving problems.
A positive approach to disputes.
Who is it for?
Any two (or more) people who have a dispute and recognise the need to resolve it.
People who would like, or need, to maintain a working relationship
People who seek positive benefits from a settlement.
Why go to Mediation?
Between 80% and 90% of all cases that go to Court are settled by agreement between the parties before the Judge reaches a decision. Often substantial costs have been incurred by that stage. Mediation offers the opportunity to look for a positive outcome to a dispute. It is not a soft option but it is a sensible course to consider.
Marc Nye has retired from practice as a Solicitor of the Supreme Court but he remains on the Law Society's roll as a non-practising solicitor. He is an Accredited Mediator with the Centre for Effective Dispute Resolution and has wide experience in dealing with all types of commercial and personal problems including proceedings through the High Court and the County Court.
Marc is also a Member of the Law Society's Specialist Family Mediation Panel and has been a member of Resolution (formerly called the Solicitors Family Law Association) for many years. He believes that wherever possible a constructive approach to resolving disputes can be beneficial to all parties.
For further information please speak to Marc Nye.
Marc Nye Lawyer - Mediator,
Suite 1, Grove House, 8 St Julian's Friar, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, SY1 1XL
Telephone: 01743 270027