A swift and cost-effective alternative to the judicial route.

Mediation is a friendly process designed to prevent and resolve various types of conflicts. It serves as a swift and cost-effective alternative or complement to the judicial path.

Neutral and impartial

The mediator – a neutral and impartial third party – establishes an environment conducive to resolving the dispute between two or more parties. To this end, the mediator works to dispel misunderstandings, facilitate constructive communication between the parties, and restore trust between them. The mediation process enables the involved parties to explore all possible avenues for resolving their dispute and to organize their future personal or professional relationships.

Lasting and Satisfactory Resolution

Mediation provides the opportunity to transcend the strictly legal framework of the dispute and address all aspects of the conflict, including economic, emotional, relational, and social dimensions, among others. It offers the advantage of reaching a customized, lasting, and satisfactory solution that considers the interests and needs of each party.

Flexible process

Based on a voluntary approach, the process offers significant flexibility, particularly with regard to the following aspects:

  • venue and date of mediation sessions;
  • presence of two or more parties;
  • involvement of third parties or experts;
  • language of mediation;
  • international situations.

Confidential Mediation

Mediation is strictly confidential. It allows participants to make proposals, submit documents, and disclose information without fearing that these elements will be used outside of the mediation.