What are the 7 stages of mediation?
Definition. Mediation is defined by the Tribunal as: The Mediation Process. The process has seven stages. PREPARATION AND MEDIATOR’S OPENING STATEMENT. PARTIES’ STATEMENTS AND MEDIATORS SUMMARIES. IDENTIFICATION AND LISTING OF ISSUES (AGENDA SETTING) JOINT EXPLORATORY DISCUSSION. PRIVATE MEETING. JOINT NEGOTIATION.
What should I ask for in mediation?
The questions which you should be asking yourself are:Do I feel comfortable with this mediator?Do I feel like this mediator has integrity?Do I feel like this mediator will be fair and balanced and maintain integrity in the process?
Who attends divorce mediation?
In divorce mediation, you and your spouse—or, in some cases, the two of you and your respective lawyers—hire a neutral third party, called a mediator, to meet with you in an effort to discuss and resolve the issues in your divorce.
Who speaks during mediation?
Q: How does mediation work? A: Mediation is held in a conference room. The mediator welcomes the parties and counsel, if any, conducts introductions, and spends perhaps 10 minutes or so talking about the process of mediation.
How do you talk during mediation?
How to Talk and Listen Effectively in MediationStrive to understand through active listening. In trial, litigants address juries in their opening statements and final arguments. Avoid communication barriers. Watch your nonverbal communication. Be ready to deal with emotions at mediation. Focus on the facts. Use your mediator and limit caucuses. Conclusion.
Who goes first in mediation?
Parties should not interrupt each other; the mediator will give each party the opportunity to fully share their side of the story. After the opening statement, the mediator will give each side the opportunity to tell their story uninterrupted. Most often, the person who requested the mediation session will go first.