What is the Role of a Mediator?

A mediator facilitates a discussion in an objective and unbiased manner with an understanding of the law impacting your particular case. The mediator assists the parties in fashioning their own agreement that meets each party’s underlying concerns. The mediator is a neutral and does not advocate for either side, but makes sure that all of the necessary issues are addressed, particularly those involving children.

How Long Does Mediation Take?

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Is Mediation Legal?