Yes, mediation is a prominent form of alternative dispute resolution (ADR). ADR methods are alternatives to traditional litigation, aiming to resolve conflicts outside of the courtroom. In mediation, a neutral third party, the mediator, facilitates communications and negotiations between disputing parties. Then mediator help the parties explore their interests and reach a mutually acceptable agreement, but do not impose decisions. Mediation is known for its flexibility, informality, and potential for preserving relationships. It is widely used, making it a valuable tool for resolving disagreements without resorting to formal legal processes.