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The Mediation Model

Initially we may have consultations and preliminary meetings to:

Introduce parties to Eskhill & Co and ensure no conflicts of interest. Discuss the nature of the dispute and how mediation might assist you. Design a mediation or facilitated dialogue process tailored to the problem. Consider with you the arrangements for mediation or facilitated dialogue. The preparatory meetings may be in person or by telephone.

After appointing us to mediate a typical mediation will involve:

Organising a venue with private rooms for each party. Entering into an Agreement to Mediate - the parties and the mediator. Exchanging any papers that summarise matters as seen by each party. A mediation or facilitated dialogue session scheduled for a full day. It is a flexible process and may be arranged over more than one day.

A typical mediation or facilitated dialogue will involve:

The mediator/facilitator setting the procedure and chairing. Preliminary private meetings with each party. The parties and the mediator meeting in joint session. Further exploratory meetings in private with the parties. Checking with each party anything that is a basis for moving forward. Progressing with private and joint meetings as needed.

A typical mediation or facilitated dialogue usually ends with:

The parties generating options and potential ways to resolve the differences. The parties agreeing on actions which they will take to resolve the problems. The parties drawing up a settlement agreement assisted by the mediator.

Process and Resources

Mediation is a flexible process which is designed to suit the parties and the issues. The information on this page and the resources you can download here describe typical two party mediations. But each mediation is unique and so expect some difference in your case.
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Mediation Resources

Nature desires eagerly opposites and out

of them it completes its harmony, not

out of similars.

Heraclitus Greek Philosopher (535 – 475 BC)
Eskhill & Co 2019
Eskhill & Co | Green House at Eskhill | 15A Inveresk Village | Musselburgh EH21 7TD | Tel: 0131 271 4000

The Mediation Model

Initially we may have consultations and preliminary meetings to:

Introduce parties to Eskhill & Co and ensure no conflicts of interest. Discuss the nature of the dispute and how mediation might assist you. Design a mediation or facilitated dialogue process tailored to the problem. Consider with you the arrangements for mediation or facilitated dialogue. The preparatory meetings may be in person or by telephone.

After appointing us to mediate a typical mediation will involve:

Organising a venue with private rooms for each party. Entering into an Agreement to Mediate - the parties and the mediator. Exchanging any papers that summarise matters as seen by each party. A mediation or facilitated dialogue session scheduled for a full day. It is a flexible process and may be arranged over more than one day.

A typical mediation or facilitated dialogue will involve:

The mediator/facilitator setting the procedure and chairing. Preliminary private meetings with each party. The parties and the mediator meeting in joint session. Further exploratory meetings in private with the parties. Checking with each party anything that is a basis for moving forward. Progressing with private and joint meetings as needed.

A typical mediation or facilitated dialogue usually ends with:

The parties generating options and potential ways to resolve the differences. The parties agreeing on actions which they will take to resolve the problems. The parties drawing up a settlement agreement assisted by the mediator.

Nature desires eagerly opposites and out of them it completes its

harmony, not out of similars.

Heraclitus Greek Philosopher (535 – 475 BC)

Process and Resources

Mediation is a flexible process which is designed to suit the parties and the issues. The information on this page and the resources you can download here describe typical two party mediations. But each mediation is unique and so expect some difference in your case.

Mediation Resources

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