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What is mediation?
Mediation is an opportunity for individuals to conduct their own negotiations in the presence of a neutral, third-party, trained mediator, who will facilitate problem-solving, guide the parties toward reaching solutions, and then memorialize the terms of their agreements in writing. The mediator does not make any decisions on behalf of either spouse, the couple, or the parties. While it is not required that a mediator be an attorney, Molavoque Law mediators are attorneys, with knowledge of the law, who can draft legally binding documents. Molavoque Law also informs parties that they always are free to obtain separate legal counsel to review any written agreements prior to the execution or filing of them.
Contact Kristin A. Molavoque, Esquire to determine if mediation is right for you.