RESOLVE is a Private Mediation forum that is focused on Resolution, Results and Relationships. We offer a viable alternative to the wrangle of the legal process to help reach conclusive resolutions to disputes, providing a service that is the need of the hour. We do this through our extensively trained team of legal practitioners and professionals, guided by senior officers from the judiciary and from the Bar. ‘Resolve’ means to find a positive solution or settlement, which is exactly what we aim for. We want to harness and give Mediation a life.
Here are a few reasons you should consider Mediation with Resolve:
- Mediation at Resolve is conducted in relaxed and comfortable settings and parties are involved in the entire process. We create safe spaces we call Resolve Rooms for the process.
- Unlike litigation, which is lengthy, expensive and stressful, Resolve can often sort out the dispute in just a few sessions using time-bound, continuous processes which encourage parties to reach solutions speedily and efficiently.
- Resolve looks at the dispute with the intention to solve it. It shifts the focus from who is right or wrong, to positive resolution of the issue.
- Resolve’s process is totally informal. It is not bound by the rules of procedure or of evidence.
- You can come to Resolve for Mediation at any point in time, before or in the middle of the litigation.
- Mediation happens with the consent of both parties. Parties can willfully terminate the mediation by mutual consent at any time.
- Resolve allows parties to choose their own Mediator.
- The Resolve sittings are scheduled according to the convenience of the parties.
- Resolve is committed to confidentiality. Information revealed to our Mediators, statements made, or documents produced and prepared during the process are kept strictly confidential, unless permitted by the parties.
- Resolve empowers parties to themselves determine the terms of settlement and the outcome of the settlement.
- Once the terms of the Resolve-mediated settlement are written and signed by the parties and the Mediator, they become a binding contract. For a dispute ongoing in the courts, the settlement terms are filed in the court and the court then passes an order, which is binding.
- Resolve, by putting parties on the same table, reduces hostilities and offers an opportunity to restore relationships, whether personal or commercial. This is quite unlike the adversarial process of traditional litigation which damages relationships, often beyond repair.