Court of Protection
& Community care Disputes

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Why Court Of Protection and Community Issues Might Need Mediation

Disputes arise where two or more parties have differing views regarding a matter that affects them. There are three ways through which disagreements can be settled, and these include litigation, arbitration and mediation. When disagreements happen among members of a community, resolving them through mediation ensures the relationship is not broken. At the same time, the opposing parties are likely to have their interests heard.

Why the Court of Protection Cases Need Mediation

At times, one of the parties in a dispute, or one being affected by it, may lack the mental capacity to make their own decisions. The law demands that the best interests of the said party are met.

Below are some of the reasons why mediation is a better choice to litigation in the court of protection cases and community issues in general: