What is Mediation?

Mediation is a confidential process used to resolve conflicts in an amicable manner. An impartial mediator, typically a lawyer, directs the process and facilitates the communication between the parties in an effort to explore solutions and obtain a mutually satisfactory agreement. Agreements reached in mediation are memorialized in a Mediated Settlement Agreement, which is filed with the court and is irrevocable. Mediation can be an invaluable tool in settling your family law matter.

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