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The Wichita Mediation Services has been solving people's issues for years. We understand that you may need access to several dispute resolution methods. We are to help you choose exemplary service. Our experts will help you identify which service you need. After you submit your application, we invite you to attend our next conflict session with a conflict resolution expert. The expert will discuss issues and explore the best options so we can refer you to an exemplary resolution service.
If we can help you, your advisor will assign you to one of the services with one of our professionals trained in that service. If our services are unsuitable for your situation, we will suggest alternative options, including seeking legal or other advice. We are experienced neutrals to navigate an online environment for you! Our mediators have decades of experience handling and resolving complicated, high-risk, and sensitive cases and have experience overcoming obstacles of all kinds, including the unique challenges of virtual hearings. Wichita Mediation Services develops its virtual skills to cope with the changing trends due to COVID.
What Makes Us Different
Our approach to resolving various disputes through collaboration highlights how important it is to work together well. Our legal mediators will not take sides. Instead, they will listen to all sides of the problem and work together to find a solution that will make everyone happy. Our clients have observed that our method, which is strict, data-driven, and open, helped them through the resolution process.
Throughout their careers, our mediators have assisted several couples and clients in obtaining success in their cases. Wichita Mediation Services wants to help you through the complex aspects of any conflict without judicial intervention.
When it comes to a business or relationship, nothing ever repeats itself the same way again. Wichita Mediation Services understands that every individual going through a conflict or dispute has unique requirements. Therefore we designed our uncontested conflict process to be as malleable and customizable as possible. By considering the client's income, family dynamics, and living situation, among other factors, we ensure that the mediation strategies we provide are tailored to meet each client's specific needs.
If both parties are ready to be cooperative and honest throughout the resolution process, we feel it will go more smoothly. Our expert mediators will help you prepare for the mediation session and meticulously record all discussions to aid you in achieving a fair agreement for all parties. Contact us now for a free estimate!
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Is It Possible to Rely on Remote Platforms?
Around the same time that the COVID-19 pandemic was starting, an increasing number of people began using Zoom and Skype. During this period, several news websites reported "Zoombombing," when persons who had no business being in Zoom video conferences presented erroneous content. These individuals should not have been in Zoom videoconferences. Since then, Zoom has made it so that password-protected sessions are the default setting. It has also implemented end-to-end encryption, preventing Zoom from viewing or retaining client data as it moves through its servers during sessions. These adaptations have resulted in an increased level of platform security. The same thing might be stated about the online capabilities of Skype. In addition, Zoom has improved its platform by including a new safety indicator in the toolbar. This symbol may only be accessed by the person hosting the Zoom video conference. Therefore, this enables the videoconference host to administer and monitor the operations of all participants' waiting rooms and screen-sharing capabilities. Additionally, it gives the host the ability to stop the meeting and kick people out if it becomes necessary to do so. Many businesses and professionals worldwide are switching to online platforms like Zoom and Skype because of increased data protection.
How does video conferencing work in web-based dispute resolution?
Wichita Mediation Services has a case manager who will aid the parties in determining what kind of online conflict resolution will serve them best. If your case is going to be handled using Zoom or Skype, a team member will provide you a secure link to your session at least two days before it is supposed to happen or offer you an invitation to join the Skype room. If your case is addressed through Zoom, the video conference link will become active, and you can click on it at the designated time. An employee or specialist will lead you to the waiting area before allowing you to join the videoconference. During a mediation, the participants may split into smaller groups and meet in various rooms. The only people allowed in these exclusive spaces are the video conferencing staff. The level of privacy afforded to the consumer is comparable to that of an in-person meeting.We suggest that before beginning remote mediation, Wichita Mediation Service’s staff go through a simple checklist to ensure that everyone involved is ready to commence.