- Make a decision for the parties.
- Draft an agreement that is binding and legally enforceable.
- Provide the parties with legal advice; unless the mediator is also a legal practitioner. In our case, the mediator is an experienced and competent legal practitioner and is able to provide the parties with details of likely Court outcomes if the matter were litigated.
- Disclose to any person anything said by the parties in mediation, subject to limited exceptions.
Although most disputes are suitable for mediation, there are some limited categories of dispute which are not suitable. We can advise you whether your dispute would be suitable. There is no cost if after a preliminary intake appointment the mediator determines that a dispute is not suitable for mediation.