• It redefines and preserves family ties and private life;
  • It respects the needs and interests of each person involved in the family mediation process, especially children;
  • It dignifies the parties self-determination capacity;
  • The conflict is approached on an emotional and legal way;
  • It reduces the average time and costs of family conflict resolution;
  • It prevents future conflicts;
  • It can be requested at any stage of the conflict;
  • It is a feasible alternative and/or a complement to the court proceedings.