A Retired court Judge or a Known Expert of law will resolve your dispute through mediation online.
If you win the Mediation, it might not cost anything. In court you will always pay something even if you win.
Mediation is a process in which disputing parties attempt to resolve their disagreements with the help of an impartial, trained neutral third party the mediator / Conciliator.
The mediator does not pass judgment but help the parties open communication, identify their differences and reach agreement on how to resolve them. A conciliator has a greater role than a Mediator. He make proposal, formulates and reformulates the terms of possible settlement.
Mediation always leaves the decision making power with the parties. A Mediator does not decide what is fair or right, does not apportion blame, nor renders any opinion on the merits or chances of success if the case is litigated. Rather, a mediator acts as a catalyst to bring the two disputing parties together by defining issues and limiting obstacles to communication and settlement.
When the disputing parties have reached a mutually acceptable solution, they sign a written agreement which outlines the terms of the settlement. Once the agreement is signed, parties are legally bound to abide by its terms. If the parties cannot reach a mutually agreeable settlement, they are free to arbitrate or litigate their dispute as if the mediation never took place.
The Indian law provides high legality for those settlement agreements arrived through Mediation / Conciliation. The Arbitration and Conciliation Act 1996 ensures equal status and effect for these settlements as if it is an arbitral award on agreed terms of the substance of the dispute rendered by an arbitral tribunal and this award shall be enforced under Code of Civil Procedure1908 in the same manner as if it were a decree of a court (Section 36, 74).