BHA Mediation was founded by Bill Andrews following a career that spanned more than 20 years running a variety of businesses from start-ups to multinationals, and spanning a variety of industries from fitness to education, and recruitment to business consultancy services. Bill specialises in civil and commercial mediation, including workplace and community disputes.
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BHA Mediation specialise in the primary areas of civil and commercial mediation, and have completed training accredited by the Civil Mediation Council.
This covers a whole plethora of issues which can arise within our working and personal lives. Such disputes include the following:
Civil mediation is concerned with resolving disputes between individuals and an organisation, including debt, tenancy agreements, wills/probate/inheritance, and personal injury claims.
Mediation typically provides a much more cost effective solution to going to court. Below is a breakdown of our typical fees.
(Fees are charged on a cost per party basis, and additional costs such as venue hire, travel and substance are not included)
"The Courts Of This Country Should Not Be The Places Where Resolution Of Disputes Begins. They Should Be The Places Where The Disputes End After Alternative Methods Of Resolving Disputes Have Been Considered And Tried."
Still not convinced that mediation is the best way forwards?
Here is a useful summary as to why mediation should be your next (and hopefully final) step to conflict resolution:
Mediation is 100% confidential. What is discussed collectively is not disclosed to the outside world. What is discussed in private sessions is not discussed with the other party, except with express consent to do so.
The agreement to attend mediation must be voluntary, by all parties concerned. The objective must be to look at determining a mutually agreeable resolution where all parties are happy with the outcome.
The role of the mediator is not to serve as a judge, but to work with all parties in coming to a solution. The mediator is impartial, completely neutral and their sole aim is to help you all determine the best resolution.