In Indian culture, marriage is a common
practice. No longer is it assumed that marriage is an
inevitable commitment. Any family conflict could be
settled via mediation, which not only releases time for
the judiciary but also can settle disputes expeditiously.
When effectively utilized and widely publicized,
mediation offers advantageous outcomes. For instance,
between 2015 and 2021, the Family Court, Tis Hazari
Courts, in Delhi, assigned a total of 109,869 cases to
mediation; 95,102 of those cases were ultimately handled
satisfactorily, giving the court an overall success
percentage of 86.56 percent. Disputes between families
can bring significant barriers in the future, so it is
inevitable to address the concerns to settle meticulously.
Children born out of such wedlock face major challenges
as a result of their parents' pointless conflicts, which
often end in a legal battle. To resolve matrimonial
challenges, a unique approach is needed. Relationship
issues primarily cause due to high expectations,
insecurity, etc. Family or personal issues are deemed to
be sensitive and subjected to volatility. This article
aims to advocate mediation as an evolving replacement
for litigation in resolving marital and family disputes.
Keywords : Disputes, Mediator, Mediation, Marriage, Relationship.