Mediation - When It Doesn’t Work

Mediation is a voluntary and confidential process, in which an impartial third party trained mediator helps disputing parties reach a mutually agreeable settlement. 

In my opinion, if mediation is to work, both parties need to be able to negotiate and present their position.  I rarely find that divorcing couples can sit in the same room and work out a solution.  If they could, they’d probably still be married.  But there are times when a mediation setting doesn’t work.

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