Simply put, mediation is a method of out-of-court agreements. Mediation is a process in which the parties have a chance to come to a satisfactory resolution of the dispute, without escalating the conflict, in a friendly atmosphere and on neutral ground, in the presence and with the help of an impartial and professional mediator.
The Tri-City mediation center deals mainly with family, civil, business and employee mediation, but it also mediates other problems (e.g. neighborhood disputes, peer disputes).
The time to settle the matter depends on the will and activity of the parties, not on the court diary
The costs of mediation are much lower than the costs of court proceedings
No unnecessary formalities
Mediation does not require complicated formalities, it focuses on solving the problem
The influence of the parties on the content of the settlement
The parties have a real impact on the content of the settlement, there is no imposed solution to the problem
The Tri-City Mediation Center conducts judicial and extrajudicial mediation.
Judicial mediation is conducted on the basis of a court referral.
Out-of-court mediation is conducted on the basis of an agreement between the parties to the dispute and a mediator; it is also admissible during court proceedings.
We specialize in the following areas of mediation:
divorce or separation, maintenance, contact with children and all other matters between family members
property and non-property disputes
disputes arising between entities conducting business activity
disputes arising between the employee and employer
How to start mediation?
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The Tri-City Mediation Center offers e-mediation, i.e. electronic mediation. On-line mediation proceedings are carried out via e-mail, telephone or video conferencing.
It is reasonable to use e-mediation when it is difficult for the parties to participate in meetings with the mediator, e.g. due to living outside of Poland.
Importantly, apart from the form of conducting the proceedings, e-mediation does not differ from traditional mediation, above all, it is characterized by the basic principles of mediation, such as: voluntariness, confidentiality, neutrality, indisputability. The subject of e-mediation may be cases that are already pending, but also cases at the pre-trial stage.
If the parties reach an agreement, e-mediation ends with a settlement that has the same power as a settlement concluded after mediation by the traditional method.
lawyers with several years of experience in conducting court cases, finance and business specialists, and psychologists.
originator of the Tri-City Mediation Center, certified mediator, entered on the list of permanent mediators at the District Court in Gdańsk, lawyer, partner and co-founder of Baltic Legal Kancelaria Adwokacka.
Joanna Małecka – Bednarska
co-founder of the Tri-City Mediation Center, certified mediator, lawyer, partner and co-founder of Baltic Legal Kancelaria Adwokacka.
associate of the Tri-City Mediation Center, psychologist with many years of experience, including clinical, psychotherapist during certification.
partner of the Tri-City Mediation Center, has extensive experience in finance and corporate banking, has been cooperating with many Polish and international companies for many years.