What is mediation?
Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution method which is regulated by law. The result of mediation – a settlement made before a mediator – gets court’s approval and has the force of a court judgment. A mediator assists conflicting Parties in mutual communication, definition of interests and helps find an ultimate solution of a dispute which satisfies both Parties.
What are the advantages of mediation?
- swift and affordable (low cost),
- voluntary and easily accessible,
- mutually beneficial,
- confidential and secure,
- interrupts the limitation period (!)
We offer mediation in the following cases:
business disputes, including i.a.:
- intra-company disputes
- disputes between different business partners
- disputes with clients
civil-law disputes concerning:
- default payments
- damages, including damages due to medical errors
- real estate
- infringement of personal interests
- child custody, maintenance, place of residence and visitation rights
- division of community property after divorce
employment-law cases concerning:
- default pay
- employees’ reinstatement claims
Jerzy Woliński – Certified Mediator
Jerzy Woliński has been a successful mediator in court-ordered as well as voluntary mediation cases since 2012. He has been trained by British as well as Polish mediators. He is a member of the Mediation Centre at the Supreme Bar Council and International Mediation Centre. He is also listed as a standing mediator of the Provincial Court of Warsaw and Provincial Court for Warsaw Praga District.