Why Do The Courts Prefer Mediation?

It is the purpose of the court to provide mediation services with resultant savings in time and expenses to litigants and the court without sacrificing the quality of justice to be rendered or the right of the litigants to trial in the event a voluntary settlement satisfactory to the parties is not achieved through the mediation procedure.

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