The Mediation Process
For some disputes a Court trial will be the only means, for the civilized there is mediation.
Mediation is a voluntary process that is strictly neutral and often proposed by one of the parties, their attorneys or even the courts. Malibu Mediation uses a three pronged approach to evaluate your combined needs. We orchestrate solutions through guided negotiations and document the results. Through mutual agreement between the parties, Malibu Mediation creates the best possible outcome and the fairest one. At no time will a party be pressured into a direction, this is a process designed to provide the knowledge you need to make your best possible decisions. There are rarely any winners in court but there can be a mutually agreeable solution that is created by you for your unique set of circumstances. Our goal is to provide swift resolution through a complex understanding provided by our very diverse and accomplished Mediation team.
Malibu Mediation is extremely unique in that you will have two mediators present at your mediation, both mediators have different skill sets and will bring unique perspectives to the table. Your mediation team will be balanced, the mediators will represent both the male and female perspective, both business and therapeutic experience as well as deep financial and negotiation expertise. Your issues will be handled in the strictest confidence and without bias. This is the best opportunity for both parties to not be in a multi-year war while draining your assets and being forced to comply with solutions that are unfavorable to all parties.
Look no further than Malibu Mediation to avoid:
-Costly Litigation - Tenuous Amounts of Wasted Time -
- Embarrassment - Results You Have No Control of - Adversarial Conflict -
Malibu Mediation is the complete source for resolution from beginning to end. We even Mediate post resolution matters.
Step 1: Gathering Information
In the first meeting we look to accomplish Step 1 which is essentially an understanding of all of the facts around the issue, gathering all of the pertinent information and outlining the goals for the mediation process. This initial process usually takes about 2 hours and is completed in one session.