Distance and scheduling is often a factor when people need to resolve an issue and technology can help. Mediation can be ongoing without a set time to allow the parties to mediate until an agreement is reached. Those with unconventional work schedules, other commitments and parties who do not reside in the same area or state can still mediate their problem.
Using telephonic mediation conferences, as well as real time video can allow the people to communicate with the Mediator at different times and places. Offering this type of mediation still allows the parties information to remain confidential and to work through their issues to a resolution, without travel fees.
This type of facilitative mediation has resolved:
- Creating a parenting time schedule
- Coming to terms on the matters of divorce
- Settling consumer disputes.