Professional mediation is a process that allows conflict resolution through an agreement built through dialogue between the parties involved in the controversy. Mediator Nadav Nishari’s office specializes in using mediation in various areas of interpersonal relationships.
What exactly mediation means?
Mediation is a voluntary process that aims to solve through dialogue between the parties.
During mediation, the mediator helps the parties to define what are the goals most relevant in short and long term and how each one can contribute to this construction that will allow both to achieve what they want and even be able to overcome together the objectives initially set.
The solution reached in the mediation process must be agreed upon by all parties, as opposed to judicial proceedings, in which comes a verdict determined by a third person, a judge in a court, who does not suffer the consequences of the decision.
A professional mediator has a large toolbox that allows to help the parties to create a dialogue, understand their common and conflicting interests and help them come up with innovative and creative ideas that will allow them to get even more than they expected.
Mediation helps mainly in conflicts between parties that have had a relationship in the past or have an interest or need a future cooperation.
What are the strengths of the mediation process?
High availability – a mediation session can be organized in a short time. From the moment the conflict arises, a mediation meeting with the other party can be scheduled with us within a few days. The earlier the process of reaching an agreement, the easier it will be to reach a quality solution that will last a long time and avoid multiple difficulties and costs.
Time savings – a mediation process takes only a few hours for the parties and can be completed in a day or at most in a few weeks. In contrast, a response from the Courts can, as is well known, last for several months and even years.
Relatively low cost – the cost of the mediation process from start to finish is dozens of times less than the cost of a lawsuit.
No bureaucracy – in the mediation process there is no need for topology and submission of documents even before starting to seek a solution to the problem. The mediation procedure is based on dialogue between people, so that all you need to do the mediation is you, along with a lot of patience and optimism.
Total confidentiality and privacy – In mediation everything produced or said is confidential and cannot be used outside the mediation room, in contrast to a judicial demand in which everything is public in advance and only certain issues can be declared confidential by the judge. This is a great advantage, especially for companies and businessmen, who want to keep sensitive matters defined by them as confidential.
Maintain a healthy relationship between the parties – Lawsuits cause emotionally impacts those involved and stimulates anger between them. The legal discourse sharpens and aggravates disputes increases tensions between the parties. Mediation, on the other hand, strengthens the broad common denominator between the parties and helps them to strengthen it. Once a strong common ground is built, it will be easier to find a creative and appropriate solution to the dispute.
Full control over what is relevant – In mediation it is the parties and no one else who define what are the most relevant issues to be solved. This contrasts with the legal procedures in which a third party (the judge) will determine, regardless of what the parties involved think or feel.
Creative solutions that increase possibilities – The legal discourse cannot contain the thought that polemics and crisis could increase collaborations. Mediation, on the other hand, sees the crisis as an opportunity to improve relationships. The basket of solutions that we can extract as a result of a mediation process is not limited in time and place.
5 great advantages of mediation in the mediators office Nadav Nishari
Professionalism – In our team of mediators, you will find mediators with many years of experience in complex mediations in various fields.
Availability – We are available to you throughout the process, until you reach an agreement on the issues at issue.
Tranquilidade – Using mediation procedures will let you know, at an early stage in the process, that you are on the right path to the right solution for you.
Future relationship – An agreement signed through mediation makes it possible to maintain a normal relationship for years to come and prevents future conflicts.
Welcoming attitude – in a crisis, it is important that you feel that you have a person by your side who really and sincerely wants to help you resolve the situation in the best way. We will do anything to be that person for you.
Q: For whom mediation is?
A: Mediation is for any person or organization that engages in a dispute with people or another organization with whom it has had a good relationship in the past and has an interest or need to maintain and strengthen such contact. Mediation is also aimed at people who wish to resolve disputes outside of court. For more information about mediation procedure, click here.
Q: How much does mediation cost?
A: The cost of mediation is dozens of times cheaper than the judicial route.
Q: Is there a duty to act according to the law during mediation?
A: The mediation procedure is conducted in accordance with the law. At the same time, it is certainly possible to find creative solutions that do not violate the legal rights of the parties and that also allow the maintenance of a relationship for the future.
Q: Is an agreement arising from mediation binding on the parties?
A: Certainly, yes. An agreement reached in mediation and approved by the parties is a binding agreement for all purposes. Depending on the object of the agreement, it must also be ratified by the Judiciary Power so that it has executive power.
Q: How long does it take to reach mediation agreements?
A: The mediation itself usually lasts a few hours, spread over several days or weeks.
Q: Where mediation takes place?
A: Mediation can take place at any of our branches. All depending on your convenience and availability. In some cases, mediation can even be carried out in other environments, such as in the offices of a company.
A: Who are the mediators of Nadav Nishari’s office?
Q: Our mediators are senior and experienced mediators who have undergone the best training needed and have gained extensive experience over the years in mediations in various fields. Our mediators are accompanied by mediator Nadav Nishari, who is recognized as one of the main mediators in Israel.
Summary of comparisons between mediation and court proceedings
Positive relationship after the end of the conflict
In most cases it is impossible
PossIble and desirable
For a few weeks
When and where
As determined by the judge
At a time and place convenient and suitable for the parties
As a rule dozens of times less than judicial option.
Often less than the fees to start a legal proceedings
The publicity of the hearing requires the publication of the minutes of the hearing so that each person can henceforth know what happened to him during the conflict
The mediation process is completely confidential.
No one except the parts and your mediator knew what happened in the mediation process