In mediation, a neutral third-party mediator meets with the parties to resolve one or more issues.

The mediator does not advocate for either side, serving instead to facilitate resolution and, when necessary, to explain the law to the parties. Generally, family law attorney mediators require or at least encourage their clients to be represented by counsel in the mediation process.

Our attorneys often serve in this consulting capacity, advising clients as they go through the mediation process and reviewing any agreements that are reached.

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