Here’s a general outline of how mediation services are typically provided at Shebah Law Firm:

  1. Initial Consultation: The mediation process usually begins with an initial consultation, where the mediator meets with the parties involved in the dispute. During this meeting, the mediator explains the mediation process, discusses the goals and expectations of mediation, and answers any questions the parties may have.
  2. Identifying Issues and Interests: The mediator works with the parties to identify the underlying issues and interests in the dispute. This involves actively listening to each party’s perspective, facilitating open communication, and encouraging them to express their concerns and desired outcomes.
  3. Facilitating Communication: The mediator helps establish effective communication between the parties. They create a safe and respectful environment for discussions, manage emotions, and ensure that everyone has an opportunity to be heard. The mediator may use various communication techniques to facilitate constructive dialogue and ensure that all parties have a fair chance to express their viewpoints.
  4. Exploring Options and Generating Solutions: The mediator assists the parties in generating possible solutions and exploring different options for resolving the dispute. They encourage creative problem-solving, help the parties consider alternative perspectives, and foster a cooperative atmosphere where mutually beneficial solutions can be explored.
  5. Negotiation and Agreement: The mediator guides the parties through a negotiation process, helping them evaluate the options and reach a mutually acceptable resolution. The mediator does not make decisions for the parties but facilitates discussions to help them find common ground and make informed choices. If an agreement is reached, the mediator assists in documenting the terms of the agreement.
  6. Post-Mediation Support: After an agreement is reached, the mediator may provide support in implementing the terms of the agreement. They may also provide information on how the agreement can be enforced and address any questions or concerns that arise in the post-mediation phase.

It’s important to note that the specific process and techniques employed in mediation may vary depending on the mediator’s training, style, and the nature of the dispute. If you are specifically interested in learning about how Shebah Law Firm provides mediation services, it would be best to seek more up-to-date information or contact the firm directly.