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About Us

About Us

Mediator Sanjay-Gangnaik

Hello & Welcome Friend,

I'm Sanjay Gangnaik an IIAM Empanlled Certified Arbitrator & Accredited Mediator.

Advising and helping people to solve their dispute by facilitating & collaborating in negotiation, creating a win – win situation for both legally

Sanjay gangnaik has been certified by the IIAM Indian institute of arbitration & mediation, advocate Bombay high court, general secretary – maharashtra,  Rashtriya Janata dal since 2009.

Sanjay gangnaik is also contested for loksabha constituency from “Ratnagiri-Sindhudurg ” in the year 2019 was probably the first candidate in India till April 2019, who presented agenda of election to the electorates in form of an affidavit on one hundred rupees stamp paper

We have helped many people to solve their problems in their personal & legal problems like a commercial, family dispute, matrimonial, real estate, property partition, property disputes, society matters, education, debt recovery, insurance, banking, and financial, partnership firm, company, etc.

Ambition: to do something for the nation and general mass

Why I joined politics? :  For providing Social Justice, secondary railway track on konkan railway, improvement of railway services etc..

Other interests & activities: networking with people, social work, traveling, meeting new people, making new friends and helping others who are in problems.

Why Call Us for Help

Why Work with me

  • IIAM Mediators have a 90% success rate
  • 95% of mediation’s resolved in 2 day
  • 95% of mediation’s arranged within 1 week
  • 90% of mediation’s arranged and mediated within 28 days max
  • Good availability of mediators, communicated to the client within 1 day if not the same day
  • IIAM is a non-profit organization registered in India and commenced activities in the year 2001
  • IIAM service covering the whole of the India

Dose It Really Work is it Legal?

Effectiveness of Mediation

At times, even the court  under Section 89 of the Civil Procedure Code, 1908 & Commercial Court Act referred mediation, as it is an easier and quicker process to get a resolution. Specially the divorce mediation in India is most common method of mediation. The mediation in divorce cases, property cases, family matters, help to keep the matter limited to the parties only, and does not bring it before public, and reach to a solution maintaining the peace.

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Facilitative Mediation

“Facilitative mediation” is a term of art that applies to a process of mediation in which the mediator’s role is to assist the parties in reaching a solution of their own making. It often is distinguished from “evaluative mediation,” a style that tends to be used in litigated cases, and one with which most attorneys are comfortable. Here are some of the primary characteristics which differentiate the two:

What to Expect

  • Goal: To facilitate Collaborating/Integrating negotiation between the parties
  • Parties’ decisions are “interest-based,” i.e., “win/win.”
  • Parties meet jointly with the mediator. Communication is direct. Parties control the timing and nature of offers.
  • Parties may talk about feelings and understandings and expectations.
  • Parties are viewed as the experts. Mediator guides the parties to make decisions that are fully-informed. Mediator does not advise or attempt to influence the outcome by offering his or her opinion.
  • Parties frequently are not represented, but instead may hire lawyers to perform discrete services such as advising on a particular legal issue or reviewing or drafting legal documents.
  • Can be used before litigation is initiated and at subsequent stages.

Advantages:

  • Works well when the parties have a vested interest in maintaining a relationship (for example, when the parties will be co-parenting).
  • Provides opportunity for parties to address a range of common concerns that are not necessarily addressed by legal solutions.
  • Allows for greater creativity in problem solving, which results in greater satisfaction and fewer incidents of conflict.
  • Conflicts and disputes can be resolved early on, before fears are heightened and the parties are entrenched in positions.
  • The facilitative mediation process can feel therapeutic. Conversation about important and difficult issues are facilitated by the mediator in a manner that feels safe and geared toward creating understanding.
  • Parties often learn the skills to manage future conflicts without the need to resort to litigation.
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