Frequently asked questions

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Through a mediator, an impartial professional, who makes the parties generate their own solutions, facilitating their conciliation and ensuring effective and clear communication, offering speaking time to each party and explaining their standpoints.

In the case of not reaching an agreement between the parties, they will always have the possibility of going to court.
Yes of course. The mediation process is voluntary. 
The other party will be summoned through the mediator to attend the briefing. 
Mediation is a voluntary process, neither party can be compelled to attend a mediation procedure.
You can be invited to attend again and in the event that you do not attend, the mediation process will be terminated.
The sessions can be collective but also individual, called caucuses, a technique that is used at specific moments of the mediation process and consists of a private, individual and confidential meeting that is held separately with each of the participants so that the mediator can get more information and have the opportunity to get to know the parties in more detail.
The presence of a minor in a mediation procedure can be very useful and necessary.
The parties can attend the mediation with their respective lawyers whenever they deem it necessary. 
The parties may submit the agreement reached after a mediation procedure to a public document. The mediation agreement will be presented by the parties before a notary, without the presence of the mediator being necessary.
Mediation agreements are judicially enforceable in case of non-compliance, as long as they have been elevated to public deed.
A mediation process can last between 4 and 6 sessions of one hour or an hour and a half.
Unless otherwise agreed between the parties, they will do so in equal parts.
The mediator will inform the parties of their fees and how the fees will be paid in the briefing. You can agree if they are to be paid in each session or at the end of the process.

The agreements are valid in national territory and in the territory of the European Union.

Mediation can never be carried out if there has been any type of violence.
The parties must agree to the amendment, draft it and sign it privately, or they could initiate a new mediation procedure to modify the previous agreement if necessary.

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