Mediation can provide a solution when people are in conflict with each other and want to form a solution together, without the need for a judge to decide. We strive for a sustainable solution. Not only will this avoid a legal — and sometimes costly — battle, it also offers a customised solution.
We like working with people. Whether we are assisting start-ups, entrepreneurs, established companies or life partners, in all cases we focus on the person and their desires and needs. Giving people genuine attention is what motivates us.
Advantages of mediation
Nobody is entirely exempt from conflict. Unfortunately, it can come to us all sooner or later. Where serious differences of viewpoint are of essence, these cases often end up in court. If a Judge rules on a case, there will always be a losing side. That is just the way it is. It does not have to work like this though. Mediation attempts to create a better situation for both parties, without a Judge getting in the middle.
Parties wishing to separate in a respectful manner can opt for divorce mediation. The divorce mediator is neutral and unbiased. In several meetings, he assists the parties in working out a comprehensive arrangement with regard the consequences of their divorce. This should enable all the parties to make a well-considered arrangement. The divorce mediator draws up reports of the meetings. They serve as the basis for the arrangements made by the spouses that will eventually be laid down in a divorce agreement. This agreement is to be signed by the parties. Together with a joint divorce petition, the divorce agreement is filed with the court by the divorce mediator. The decision is received after about 6 weeks by the divorce mediator, after which it is registered in the Births, Deaths and Marriages Registry. From then onwards, the divorce is a fact.