There are other ADR options for resolving conflicts by a mutual agreement.

Mediation and conciliation are not the only procedures for alternative dispute resolution (ADR) in which we accompany clients with our double qualification as commercial lawyers and mediators. Other ADR procedures are procedures such as adjudication and the so-called collaborative law procedure. Collaborative law is sometimes called a mediation without mediator. In a collaborative law procedure, parties seek dispute resolution with lawyers whose mandate is typically limited to pre-trial negotiations, and other experts can be involved in addition to the lawyers. A situation comparable to collaborative law arises when upon the settlement initiative of the mediating lawyer of one party the other party also involves a mediating lawyer. Both mediating lawyers limit their mandate to the negotiations and then resolve the conflict together with their clients without involving a mediator.