Mediation is an out-of-court procedure for resolving conflicts with the goal of achieving a mutually beneficial settlement. The aim of mediation is to find a settlement that is beneficial for all sides In this process, the mediator supports the parties by guiding them through the procedure as a neutral third party and enabling them to find a mutually agreeable solution with which all parties involved are permanently satisfied.

Unlike a judge or an arbitrator, the mediator does not make a decision, but helps the parties to find a solution among themselves that is in line with their interests and, in the best case scenario, allows no one to lose, but everyone to win. At the end of mediation, a legally binding agreement can be reached.

While court proceedings can drag on for years and often leaving the opposing parties permanently at odds after a verdict, no one loses in mediation. In this way, it remains possible for the parties to work together as partners in the future.

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