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What should we expect from the mediator?
You can expect your mediator to remain neutral and guide you towards an agreement that both parties are comfortable with. Your mediator will listen to the concerns and goals of each party and help you remain focused on issues of concern. Mediation is a self-determined process so your mediator's goal is to help you form an agreement that is in the best interest of you and your children.
If we decide to mediate, do we still need attorneys?
Parties do not need attorneys in order to complete their divorce or the mediation process, however, parties may wish to consult with an independent review attorney to review the mediated agreement.
Will our mediator give us legal advice about our particular situation?
No. Your mediator will remain a neutral third party throughout the entire mediation process and at no time will your mediator give you legal advice. Even if your mediator is also an attorney, legal advice is never given. Your mediator may provide you information on what particular laws relate to your particular situation but you are encouraged to consult with a review attorney for legal advice.