What are mediation types?
ADR Mediation is generally of four types. The most common of these is Arbitration. Arbitration is a binding or non binding procedure in which the dispute is brought to a 3rd neutral party. In binding Arbitration, The neutral person serves as a judge and his decision is to be adopted. Mediation is another type of ADR, and is same as Arbitration but has less regulations and is non binding. Collaborative law is the type of ADR in which there is no neutral party, but there are lawyers. These lawyers mutually discuss and solve the matter without filing a lawsuit in the best interest of all. Other than that, negotiations are another option which is done by both parties without involving anyone else. Collaborative law also requires respect and disclosure of documents and a win-win solution.