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Addressing the Issue of Delayed Justice

Enter Consulting Zone provides professional Mediation Services to help you resolve Commercial, Financial, and Banking disputes on both personal and corporate levels, delivering swift outcomes.

Choose Mediation to bypass the lengthy legal proceedings and substantial costs associated with traditional litigation.


Mediation is a structured and confidential process where two or more parties to a dispute attempt voluntarily have as a goal to settle their dispute with the assistance of a physical person called the "Mediator."
This extrajudicial approach maintains their right to access the court.

Final agreements reached through mediation are generally difficult to challenge, except in cases of misinformation, deception, or coercion.
The mediation process typically resolves disputes within 1-2 months, making it a timely and efficient alternative to traditional legal proceedings.


Confidentiality: The mediation process ensures privacy for all parties involved.
Cost-effective alternative: Mediation is less expensive option compared to litigation and arbitration.
Voluntary participation: All parties willingly engage in mediation, fostering a positive atmosphere for problem-solving.
Facilitative role of the mediator: The mediator is not a judge and does not impose solutions. Instead, he/she guides the parties to reach a mutually agreeable resolution, maintaining a friendly and sustainable relationship between them.
Enforceable agreements: Upon resolving the dispute through mediation, the parties sign an agreement, which can be enforced through the court system.
➤ Individual responsibility for expenses: Each party is responsible for their own costs during the mediation process.
No obligation for legal representation: Parties can choose not to be represented by a lawyer, further reducing costs by only covering the mediator's fees.

Banking mediation provides a solution for disputes between borrowers and financial institutions, aiming to establish a mutually advantageous agreement. This approach is especially effective in addressing the settlement of overdue debts.

The primary goal of a banking mediator is to resolve each banking dispute in a manner that enables the borrower to meet the restructured terms, avoiding asset seizures, bank account freezes, or foreclosures.

At the same time, renegotiating the terms of loan agreements with non-performing borrowers is also the most favorable strategy for financial institutions. By doing so, they can minimize or even entirely prevent losses while managing sustainable loans.

Commercial mediation addresses disputes involving merchants, consumers, business owners, partners, and shareholders within the same company. Such disputes may involve consumer disagreements, issues related to commercial agreements, invoices, checks, commercial leases, franchises, leasing arrangements, or internal company conflicts.

The primary objective of commercial mediation is to efficiently reach a resolution that fosters a harmonious relationship between the parties while maintaining confidentiality. This approach helps to avoid any unwanted publicity that could potentially arise from the dispute.

Financial or property-related disputes often arise within the context of family asset disagreements among relatives. Mediation can lead to a resolution of these disputes in a civilized, direct, and, whenever possible, painless manner.

Mediation is also ideal for resolving cross-border family disputes that involve multiple legal jurisdictions, where court battles can be difficult, time-consuming, complex, and costly.

With the consent of both the employer and employee involved in the dispute, employment mediation aims to resolve the issue and restore mutual respect between the parties.

The ultimate goal is to address the parties’ fundamental concerns within the context of their working relationship. Mediation can prevent or address timely issues with negative consequences for both parties, such as complaints to the Ministry of Labor, referral to an Arbitration Court, reduced performance, inefficiency, loss of customers, and even harm to the mental and physical health of the individuals involved.