David Titman
8335 Court Avenue
Ellicott City, Maryland 21043
dtitman@mdlawyer.com
Phone:  (410) 465-2656
Fax:        (410) 418-8732

 

 

How Mediation Works

The parties agree to be bound by mediation and commit themselves to the process.

The parties meet with the mediator in joint and/or separate sessions.

Information and documentation is exchanged.

The mediator assist the parties in reaching their own settlement rather than compelling  a settlement or a particular result.

The mediator facilitates dialogue, guides the parties in clarifying their interests, and encourages an understanding of each others differences.

The mediator prepares a written memorandum stating how the issues were resolved or if a complete resolution was not reached, on what points a resolution was reached.

 

--- Main Page

--- What is Mediation
--- How Mediation Works
--- What Type of Disputes Can be Mediated
--- Advantages of Mediation
--- Is Mediation Right For Me
--- How Do I Get Started
--- MEDIATION AGREEMENT