Federation of Integrated Conflict Management

When to Mediate


  • If you have a sensitive family matter or topic.
  • Before you have lines drawn in the sand.
  • Before swords are crossed and weapons are chosen.
  • Once you realize relationships are tense, jeopardized or at risk – whether they are personal, professional, business or commercial.
  • If you feel threatened by court proceedings.
  • After court proceedings have been issued. Mediation can run parallel as it is outside court proceedings.
  • While waiting for your hearing, your judge, your lawyer, your day in court. Maybe you won’t need it?