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Mediation is a confidential process. In mediation, the disputing parties work with a neutral third party, the mediator, to resolve their disputes. The mediator facilitates a resolution of the parties’ disputes and the bargaining process. He or she is neutral, and his or her role is to help the parties find an out of court resolution.
In addition, the mediator may offer creative solutions and assist in drafting a final settlement. Unlike arbitration, which is similar to a trial, the mediator will not make decisions on your case. No resolution can be forced on you that you don’t agree to in the negotiation process.
What Is Family Mediation?
Family and divorce mediation is a process where an impartial third person, the mediator, helps people negotiate with one another to resolve issues relating to parenting time and responsibilities, child and spousal support, divorce, and the issues that arise after a divorce (assets and liabilities). It is more economical, quicker, and not the “combative” approach of a contested court proceeding.
For effective dispute resolution, turn to Bruce at Bruce N. Adams PC in Anniston, Alabama. The firm provides mediation services in various areas in the state.