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- What Is Mediation And How Does It Work?
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Category Archives: Mediation
1. What happens during a Mediation? Divorcing parties work with an impartial third party or Mediator to reach an agreement on the relevant issues regarding their divorce. 2. Are we good candidates for a Mediation? If you and your spouse … Continue reading
Mediation Mediation is a process in which two parties in dispute turn to a mutually acceptable third-party to help them find a solution — and about 70 percent of mediation interventions end with a positive result. It is a practice … Continue reading