Divorce Mediation , Family Mediation, Conflict Resolution

How Mediation Can Help You

The concept of mediation can be explained with this little story: “Two young siblings are fighting over one orange while their mother is very busy preparing dinner. She has just about had it with the two kids fighting and screaming. So, made a judgement call: she grabs the orange and chops it in half and gives each one a half. The children stop fighting. The mom is happy that she was able to calm her kids and that she can go on and do what she was doing peacefully too. After she is done with her cooking, she goes to take out the trash and she finds half the orange and half the orange peel in the trash. She can‘t believe that the kids wasted the fruit after they both fought for it so much. So she asked then what was the meaning of that. The kids explained that one wanted to eat the orange and the other only wanted the peel for her school project. Only if the mom had talked to the kids before chopping the orange in half to give each one one-half each, she could have given the whole orange to one and the whole peel to the other. That‘s what a mediator mom would do!” Mahajan acts as a Mediator for Couples, Marriages, Families and Small Businesses. She has vast experience in Conflict Resolution, Spiritual Psychology, Spiritual Growth, Business Dispute Resolution through peaceful mediation. She provides global support to her clients through all kinds of Online Mediums such as Zoom and Skype.

What can you expect in Mediation Calls?

Mediation is a discussion between two or more parties in conflict usually facilitated by a neutral person called the mediator. An experienced neutral mediator will facilitate negotiation between opposing parties to come up with a win-win solution, while maintaining a peaceful and respectful atmosphere. Most family and small business conflicts can be successfully resolved through mediation. Veera Mhajan has over 95% success rate. She makes use of her skills and experience with her background in spiritual psychology to help families and business partners communicate with open heart and care with the objective of resolving conflict and not hurting each other out of anger. Mediation is a wonderful alternative dispute resolution process where you will save tons of money and time that you would otherwise spend on lawyers and courts and also salvage relationships with people and family members that were once your friends.

Save Time, funds and relationships

With mediation, you can start resolving your conflict straight away. You don’t have to wait for a court date, and there are much fewer procedures and red tape to navigate. The expenditure of lawyers and going to courts can add up too particularly if you are paying a lawyer to represent you throughout a court proceeding. Lawyers prepare cases mostly to attack the other party. Mediator on the other hand is a neutral person whose aim is to navigate a win-win resolution for both the parties and is way more economical. A mediator is not a judge. He/she does not tell you what to do. They help you come to an agreement that works for both of you.


You remain in control, and there is more creativity in finding a solution where all parties can agree. Mediation is less adversarial than court proceedings, which makes it less stressful, and it also makes it more likely for you to have a decent relationship moving forward. It can even improve a relationship by creating better communication and understanding between both of you. Hence, better chances to honor the agreements. Most of Veera’s clients report relief after mediation. They are happy that the dispute is resolved and they can move on with their life especially in cases where they have been involved in a very long and stressful legal battle. Most agree that mediation with Veera was very effective

In family disputes and even in divorce cases, I always remind both (all) parties that they will be a family even after they separate especially if they have children. They will just be a family that lives in separate homes. You can choose to separate if that is the best solution for your peaceful existence, but you can minimize reasons to hate or hurt each other. I feel small businesses are also like families. Most businesses start between family members or good friends. Just like marriages, small businesses are between people who care and trust each other and somewhere along the way someone feels hurt or unheard and the conflict starts. If the conflict is not dealt with early on, it becomes a bigger problem and sometimes the separation becomes the only solution. That is why in conflicts, it is good to remember who the parties are, and who will get hurt if special care is not practiced. I make sure to remind everyone to keep the atmosphere as kind and peaceful as possible so that at the end of mediation both parties feel heard and are happy with the resolution. If you are going through a conflict with a family or business partner, please know that there are better ways for resolution then to take each other to court, fight publicly, and waste your hard earned money on lawyers who basically are soldiers who make your fights bigger. I am a mediator, a neutral person who will listen to both parties without taking sides. As long as you both agree to work with me, we can think together so you will find ways to communicate. You can be in one room or I can work as your go-between messenger if that works better for both of you. My goal is to help you find a mutually acceptable win-win solution so you can move on feeling good because you were not told what to do but you were involved in the decision

I want you to feel empowered and in control

- Veera Mahajan