At the very beginning of the mediation, during the opening statement, mediator introduces parties with the aim of mediation, the role of mediator, the rules and costs of the mediation process. In addition to that, the parties are free to agree upon the way the mediation process will be conducted in regard to the specific rules of the process. If the parties agree with the aforementioned rules, they conclude the agreement to mediate. The mediation process is conducted through joint sessions with the parties. During these joint sessions, each party presents its own view of the conflict or a problem and the mediator’s role is to enable them to listen and understand each other with the aim of reaching a mutually acceptable solution. If the mediator assesses that it is more expedient, he/she can conduct individual sessions. In that case, the mediator can, with the party’s consent, present the views of one party to the other one. Parties can withdraw from the mediation at any stage of the process. Also, mediation process can be terminated when the mediator assesses that the continuation of the process is not expedient. Finally, the mediation process can be successfully terminated with the conclusion of the mediation agreement.