How frustrating! When NRI is away from home and conflicts arise at back home with Family members, Friends or with Government agencies for your properties or valuable assets you own.
How frustrating! When you have business disputes in India.
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Reasons Why Mediation Works in Complex Family Disputes
Successful severe parent/child mediation cases, and most family disputes, have five elements, which form the backbone of the important points in the family context:
- LONG TERM CONNECTION - The parties are closely involved and despite everything have a common goal - family harmony. They are generally going to have long-term relationships with the other parties.
- SPACE - In order to achieve agreement, they need the right kind of setting and "soft guidance" which are the core of the mediation model - giving them space to work out their own solution.
- BREVITY - The mediation process type is short and intense and looks to the future. Brevity of mediation is an asset. It has a forward-looking focus that avoids the mire of old issues dragging participants back down again.
- FREE CHOICE - Real "Voluntariness" of participation has probably never been offered to the child before. In every other meeting type he/she has participated in, power has always been on the side of parents, the school, the police or the courts. Parents, who have seen rules disappear through the negative power of truancy, running away, or obstructionist behavior, find communication easier when participation by both parties is voluntary. Not being the authority figure frees them to participate wholly in the agreement process.
- NEUTRALITY - the power of neutrality - non-judgmental, but validating mediators who project a true "We have no stack or opinion about the outcome" have the ability to affect good communication. Since the mediator doesn’t care you "can’t get his goat."
Dispute resolution processes have several advantages. For instance, many dispute resolution processes are cheaper and faster than the traditional legal process. Certain processes can provide the parties involved with greater participation in reaching a solution, as well as more control over the outcome of the dispute. In addition, dispute resolution processes are less formal and have more flexible rules than the trial court.
Highly Skilled International Arbitration
It is common practice for parties involved in commercial, business, investment and construction transactions to choose arbitration as the preferred method for resolving domestic and international disputes because of its supposed efficiency and cost-effectiveness.
Although clients often have an understanding of what international litigation is, if not the complex process it involves, few clients are able to answer the question, "What is international arbitration?" International arbitration is often preferable to international litigation because it allows the parties to choose the arbitrator and many of the procedural aspects of the proceedings. This is done via an international arbitration clause in a contract or international arbitration agreement. Because arbitration is generally more informal than litigation, it can be a more efficient alternative.
Mediation offers business owners, both small and large, an effective alternative to litigation in the courts and more and more business are turning to alternative dispute resolution (ADR) to resolve their disputes efficiently, economically and effectively. An experienced neutral mediator can carefully sculpt and manage a settlement process whereby the business dispute, whether large or small, is viewed against the backdrop of the true business interests and practical considerations of all involved, and put the focus on options for mutual gain and agreement. Approximately 90% of all business disputes that come to mediation reach a mutually agreed upon settlement.
Business Dispute in India
If NRI own Business in India or involved in a venture or organization, you’re well aware that conflict can rear its ugly head in your professional world. It could take the shape of a contract dispute, a dispute over a verbal agreement, or perhaps a conflict with or within your labor force. You might need a "divorce" from a longtime business partner and friend.
And if you’re close to any of these points, you and your opposing parties may only see one path going forward: a long, expensive, public and arduous litigation process.
Did you know Mediation is another option? One that could save you time, cost and possibly help you preserve important relationships? Consider the situations mentioned above. In a business divorce, a Mediator can assist the "divorcing partners" in determining the terms of the buy-out, including price, terms of a buyout and non-compete requirements. In a contract dispute, a Mediator can help both parties reach a solution and decide whether or not to continue a business relationship.