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Can Mediation Fail?

Can Mediation Fail?

From my many years as a student, practitioner and trainer of mediation, I look at the outcome of mediation, which could produce various configurations as a result of the utilisation of the mediation process, as a measure of whether the clients deemed the process appropriate.

Workplace Conflict Management

Workplace Conflict Management

Mediation in South Africa is effective in employment disputes both prior to litigation and at any stage during the litigation process, should the employee decide to file an action. Pre-litigation Mediation: A number of employment suits are...

Unwed Co-Parents Rights and Responsibilities

Unwed Co-Parents Rights and Responsibilities

Unwed co-parents should consider working together by outlining their rights and responsibilities to create a sustainable amicable relationship for the benefit of their child. The dynamic of a family relationship has evolved nowadays to the extent...

Why Mediation

Why Mediation

Mediation is a process that is being recognised and embraced in many areas, but none more significantly than the difficult process of getting divorced. In many ways, the mediation process is tailor-made for helping couples work through their...

Cohabitation Agreements

Cohabitation Agreements

If you are unmarried and living together a cohabitation agreement can assist in setting out your financial rights and responsibilities. This could include clarity over ownership of the property, responsibilities for financial payments during the...

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