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Holt Mediation Latest News

I was delighted to be a Brand Ambassador for International Mediation Awareness Week which took place from 9th - 13th November 2020, raising the profile of mediation and bringing people together to learn more about this form of dispute resolution. Find out more about IMAW2021 by clicking on the link below. #IMAW2021 #Mediation

See my talk on the Future of Mediation on YouTube by clicking on the link below

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Holt Mediation Latest News

I was delighted to be a Brand Ambassador for International Mediation Awareness Week which took place from 9th - 13th November 2020, raising the profile of mediation and bringing people together to learn more about this form of dispute resolution. Find out more about IMAW2021 by clicking on the link below. #IMAW2021 #Mediation

What is mediation?
Mediation is a process whereby people in a dispute or conflict are assisted by a neutral professional to agree a positive way forward, it's confidential and party-centric. It is often a faster and more cost-effective process than litigation and participants tend to keep to their agreed outcomes because they have bought into them.

Mediation is suitable for most types of disputes and conflict and is often the best way to resolve issues if a longer-term relationship is needed between the participants. In the UK, settlement is reached in nearly 90% of mediation cases.
How can it help?
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Disagreement, misunderstanding, poor communication, or worse, insults, create a lack of trust. Many people ‘fight or flight’ and become entrenched. Mediation can break that deadlock and build bridges between the participants, preserving and improving relationships in our business and family lives.

With mediation, the control over the outcome remains with the participants. It is confidential and offers a safe environment which is ideal for sensitive cases and is usually faster and much less expensive than litigation.
Is it right for you?
Disputes come in all shapes and sizes therefore it is important to have a clear idea of the objective of mediation; to try to achieve a resolution all parties find acceptable. We specialise in two key areas where mediation brings benefits; property disputes and wills and probate. If you need help in these areas, take a look at the overview panels below where mediation can really make a difference.
Why choose Holt Mediation?
• Andrew has specialised in dispute resolution, commercial and civil litigation since the 1990s and conducts mediations involving property disputes and wills, probate and inheritance disputes.

• Mediation is suitable for resolving almost any dispute, the overall success rate for mediation is nearly 90%.

• Being outside the court system, mediation is usually much faster than going to court, we can arrange your mediation in a matter of days or weeks, depending on the participants.
Call Holt Mediation now on 07771 728910
Disputes come in all shapes and sizes therefore it is important to have a clear idea of the objective of mediation; to try to achieve a resolution all parties find acceptable on a sensible, compromise basis. We specialise in two key areas where mediation brings benefits; property disputes and wills and probate. If you need help in these areas, take a look at the overview panels below where mediation can really make a difference.
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  • Property disputes

    We have extensive experience in property-related cases and issues facing those involved with real estate. We find that mediation is suitable for almost all property-related disputes.

  • Wills and probate

    These disputes are often between members of the same family or extended family. They can be very stressful and emotional, perhaps involving issues connected to a painful bereavement.

  • Neighbour disputes

    Neighbour disputes are nearly always worth mediating. They are ideally suited to mediation, not least due to the level of hostility often involved and the tendency for substantial legal costs to be incurred on both sides.

  • Professional negligence

    Liability arising from property transactions, the challenges of property ownership, occupation, development or management can and often does result in conflict.

  • Residential lettings

    Sections 8 and 21 cases, buy-to-let issues, possession, eviction and rent deposits; the landlord and tenant relationship, tend to produce issues ideally suited to mediation.

  • Ownership disputes

    The survival of the relationship can be very important to the parties for the future, mediation can help to prevent it breaking down completely or restore some badly-needed dialogue, especially in family situations.

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