Mediation: In Divorce & Other Family Matters

Lovely Singh & Anku Anand
School of Law, KIIT University, Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India

Volume I, Issue V, 2018

India being a country consisting of approximately 1.324 billion people and the 2nd most populous country in the world, it becomes all the more difficult for our judicial system to look after all the petty to grave matters concerning its people therefore the ADR Act, 1996 gives alternative measures in resolving conflicts. Our paper primarily deals with the specific branch of ADR i.e. Process of Mediation in dealing with divorce and other family matters as to when it is beneficial and when it potentially hinder could or block the process. It will also include its expanding scope even in corporate matters and how it has successfully resolved the disputes within family as India has largely family-owned businesses and in case of conflict we approach the ADR mechanism instead of Courts system. But there are again in some instances judicial int

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