Mediation is a voluntary process in which two or more people agree to work with an impartial person to help them resolve a dispute or conflict. In mediation, all agreements are made by the parties and are not imposed by a court or a third party.
A mediator is a trained professional who assists the parties to reach a mutually agreeable resolution of their dispute.
- Are neutral
- Do not make decisions for the parties
- Do not give legal advice and do not provide psychotherapy
Mediation is often used in the following:
Family and Divorce
- Separation and divorce issues
- Post-divorce conflicts
- Stepfamily issues
- Pre-martial agreements
- Parent-teen problems
- Parenting issues
- Out-of-district placement
- Program and placement
- Levels of supplementary aids and services
- Business dissolution
- Employment and employee issues
- Partnership and small business disputes
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