Landlord Tenant Mediation

Reasons to Opt for Mediation in Solving Landlord-Tenant Issues

Solving landlord-tenant disputes is never an easy task. If you are a landlord, with a tenant with overdue rent or have

Landlord Tenant Mediation Edmonton

Landlord Tenant Mediation Edmonton

a tenant who is in the process of eviction, you already know how physically and emotionally draining the entire process is. If you are trying to find relief by going to court, it will take a lot of money, time, and energy.

If you are in the process of solving an issue with your problematic tenant and you are from Fort Saskatchewan, St. Albert, Edmonton, Sherwood Park or other cities in Alberta, Canada, you have another option – landlord tenant mediation. Mediation is advantageous for the following reasons:

  • It is informal and less intimidating – for many the thought of going to court and facing stern-looking judges is enough to keep you up at night. This fear is almost non-existent if you choose mediation since the setting is more informal. The mediation process provides you and the other party to come to an amicable agreement at the end of the process and the results are legally binding
  • It is faster when resolving disputes – court cases can drag for months and even years. Mediation on the other hand, can be over even in a couple of hours if you and your tenant can easily come to an agreement.
  • It is confidential – all things said and written in court cases are public records. This means that all your tenants from different locations (including every person in the area) can access all the information related to the proceedings. For instance, your tenants from Red Deer can obtain copies of what transpired between you and your problematic tenant in Sherwood Park. This is disconcerting to say the least.
  • It is low cost – going to court is an expensive process and more often than not, the cost outweighs the benefits. Mediation is more affordable and eliminates litigation fees.
  • The result is beneficial to both parties concerned – the mediator has no authority to make the final decision. You and the other party alone can decide how the settlement will go and how it will end. This means that at the end of the process both parties are satisfied in some way since there has been a mutual agreement.

The items listed above are just some of the top advantages of mediation. It is in your financial interest to acquire the help of professional Landlord Tenant Mediation Services. Remember that your goal is the removal of the tenant in the fastest and most cost effective manner possible. Edmonton Eviction Services provides the knowledge, experience, and skills to mediate on your behalf.

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