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Harvey Slentz

Attorney at Law

     Harvey Slentz

                        Attorney at Law

Mediation There are five key principles in mediation: There is a dispute between two or more parties. The parties may or may not have already filed a lawsuit.  In Florida, most civil cases are required to go through the mediation process before proceeding on to trial.  Many times, the parties or their lawyers will use mediation before the lawsuit is ever filed, and that often saves money, time, bad publicity and stress for all concerned. The parties meet with a neutral mediator to discuss the dispute, looking for an outcome that all parties can accept. Often this focuses on the interests of the parties, not merely the position that a party is taking in the dispute about what ‘rights’ he or she has. The mediator does not decide the case – only the parties have the power to come to an agreement.  The mediator helps the parties find common ground to come to a decision that works for both, and that is better than going to court. This contrasts with arbitration, where the arbitrator acts like a judge,hearing the arguments and evidence of both sides and then making a decision about who wins and loses.
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