Target Mediation offers professional and reliable services to business owners and clients. Mediation can provide a way forward when things haev gone wrong.
Disputes are costly for everyone involved. Not only do they take time and energy, they cost money – and potentially generate big legal bills. Not to mention the stress and frustration involved.
We all want to keep our clients happy. Gaining clients and keeping them happy require a range of skills, time and patience. The costs of gaining a new client are about 7 times as great as keeping and existing client.
When things go wrong, particularly for small businesses the overheads are even worse. Mediation offers a very particular way of helping to repair broken business relationships and helps resolve disputes.
Mediation for business and contractual disputes prevents the need for each side to prove the other wrong. By focussing on how to resolve matters and move forward, the whole emphasis shifts - and as a confidential process that is protected by mediation privilege, discussions can be frank and open with neither side fearing that what is said can be used against them further down the line.
A mediated settlement can restore the future working agreement, it can help ensure that similar problems do not arise in the future and really put things back on the right track. It is also quicker, and will conclude within a single day. Agreements can be put into place very quickly, and normal service can resume.
As an accredited ADRg commercial and civil mediator, and practicing solicitor of 20 years, I have the necessary experience and skills to really help resolve disputes and let you get back to running your business. The initial call is free, any future charges are totally transparent - so give me a call on 0333 7729763 or email email@example.com
'The first time I spoke to John I put the phone down thinking I’d just spoken to a friend, not a solicitor that I had never met. Throughout, John communicated to me on my level and was always clear, easy to understand and prepared to explain his reasoning.'MW