Mediation process family law is a complicated area of law that many people have never experienced. This article will discuss these process, and what you can expect from this type of legal proceeding.
The mediation process in family law is relatively simple to understand because it does not resemble traditional litigation. The mediator facilitates discussions between two parties with separate interests. The goal is for both sides to find an agreement on their terms.
This legal process is a voluntary and collaborative form of alternative dispute resolution. It is often more affordable than traditional litigation because it does not require expensive legal representation or court proceedings. The mediator’s primary role can be summed up as an impartial facilitator who helps two parties reach their agreements (without mediation, mediation would be a side event).
Mediation is a collaborative process that can help parties reach their agreements.