Choosing mediation over court proceedings offers a number of advantages. Firstly, mediation is typically more cost-effective, sparing parties the significant legal fees often associated with court cases. Mediation is also usually faster than navigating the court system, which can be burdened by backlogs and lengthy procedural requirements. Mediation allows both parties to maintain control over the resolution of their disputes, rather than having an outcome imposed by a judge. This process not only tends to preserve a better post-dispute relationship between the parties but also promotes mutually beneficial solutions tailored to the specific needs of the individuals involved.

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