nexamediate offers businesses and individuals an alternative route to resolving disputes through mediation.
Our experienced team are all fully qualified mediators or lawyers and have lived through disputes and other complex legal problems as legal representatives before qualifying as mediators.
Our handpicked and specialist mediators are here to help you resolve your disputes amicably and cost effectively.
Mediation is an alternative form of dispute resolution and provides an inexpensive, structured but also flexible process managed by a mutually agreed upon neutral mediator, who facilitates discussion and negotiation in order to help the parties reach a sensible and practical settlement arrangement quickly.
Mediation is a lot less expensive than litigation or arbitration, also much quicker and less time-consuming. 80-90% of mediations result in settlement on the day or shortly after.
All discussions and negotiations during the course of a mediation are confidential and without prejudice. This means that if the parties cannot ultimately agree a mutually acceptable resolution, they remain free to pursue the dispute through the courts or other process.
In some disputes, distrust or emotion develops between the parties making it difficult to talk to each other.This is where the skills of a mediator can be most useful. Mediators are well trained to diffuse emotion and feelings of distrust to help the parties see their way to a realistic settlement.
The Covid-19 pandemic has highlighted the utility and benefits of telephone and online video (Zoom) conference mediations, which save travel and venue hire costs. The flexibility of remote mediations are also ideal to accommodate parties and their advisers based in different time zones.
“This has been the perfect remedy to a fractured relationship.”
“The experience of the resolution process has changed my view of conflict and given me confidence.”
“Thanks for your assistance…. I’d use you again, which I hope is the best feedback! I thought you handled it really well -thank you.”
“Just a quick note to thank you for mediating today. I imagine that it is not easy guiding two parties to reach settlement when they have diametrically opposed views – but you did just that, which [we] are most grateful for.”
Our mediators are leading specialists in their field and can help you resolve the following types of dispute: