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Mediation is a mechanism involving a neutral third party, the mediator Malaysia, which promotes the efforts of the parties to reach a settlement and a consensus agreement to resolve a conflict. A mediation session will take place within thirty ( 30 ) days of the signing of the Settlement Agreement for Mediation by the parties.
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We promote the use of mediation and joint experience here at Chang Law Chambers to settle family disputes. We assume this allows greater leverage over the results to the parties and is important to a permanent and friendly settlement.
Family disputes often include children, land, finances, and personal matters and are very emotional for all involved parties. There are considerable benefits to avoiding litigation, considering the private and delicate nature of such conflicts.
Process of Mediation Malaysia
The Mediation Process can be divided into 5 stages.
The method of mediation continues with a mediator's presentation and a description of the nature and process of mediation. The mediator Malaysia must ensure that the parties involved in the negotiations have the ability to reach a resolution. This is highly relevant where businesses or associations are the parties to the conflict. Representatives of corporations or associations must have the right to settle on their respective companies or organizations and on their behalf.
The mediator Malaysia will identify the matters at stake in the first joint session and consider the questions, wishes, and desires of the respective parties. Parties are invited to lift their disagreements/misunderstandings during this session and to discuss multiple options and solutions to settle their conflict.
Every side will have a private session with the mediator after the first joint session where they will discuss classified and sensitive issues related to the conflict with the mediator Malaysia. Usually, this is when parties disclose concerns that in the first joint session they are not comfortable expressing or reporting to the other side. In order to ensure justice, participants are given equal time and opportunities in each private session with the mediator.
The mediator will encourage all sides to engage in the second joint session at the conclusion of the private session, where alternatives and possible proposals will be discussed between the parties, with an emphasis on the parties' wishes and desires. The mediator Malasia will assist and encourage the parties to amicably and effectively resolve their disputes. In the event that the parties are in a position to resolve their disagreements, the mediator will instruct the parties to enter into a mediation arrangement, provided that detailed settlement terms are followed.
By means of an arbitration agreement, any agreement after an effective mediation can be reported in writing. The terms of the compromise arrangement would be negotiated in depth by the parties, mediated by the mediator Malaysia. It is important to remember that, upon signing, the arbitration agreement would bind all parties. It is also often best to suggest viable, achievable, and reasonable settlement conditions.