Did you know that according to court records, mediation is successful 77% of the time when it’s applied in a litigation case? Whether it’s for probate, divorce, or civil cases, mediation works 77% of the time.
In addition, mediation allows the parties the advantage of privacy. When you go to court and present evidence and provide testimony, all of that will be a public record. Anything you say can be out there as a public record for anyone to access, and some things you might want to keep private. That’s where mediation comes in as a private venue where you can intimately work out problems with a neutral third party and it won’t become a public record.
So mediation works more than three-quarters of the time, it’s private, and it’s a whole lot cheaper and quicker than going to court.