Law Firm | Dillon Solicitors Dublin Ireland - mediation

By: Dillon Solicitors  05/12/2011
Keywords: family law, Mediation

As part of its practice the Firm operates a mediation service in relation to the following areas:

  • Family Law
  • Civil and Commercial disputes
  • Workplace disputes
  • Sports Law

What is Mediation?

Mediation is a voluntary non-binding without prejudice process used for the purpose of resolving disputes. It involves a meeting or series of meetings which are facilitated by a neutral individual called a mediator who assists the parties to the dispute to try and negotiate the settlement.

Mediation is not about forming judgments in relation to the merits of either party's case. Mediation is about helping the parties reach their own agreement by establishing areas of agreement, areas of contention and trying to facilitate a resolved outcome.

The Process

What areas of disputes can Dillon Solicitors assist in resolving?

Brendan Dillon is an accredited mediator with Friary Law and has also trained as a Family Law mediator with Resolution. The areas for which we offer mediation services are:

  1. Family Law disputes
  2. Civil / Commercial disputes / contract disputes / shareholder partnership disputes
  3. Workplace disputes
  4. Sports Law disputes

Keywords: family law, Mediation

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