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Who Goes to a Mediation and Who Makes the Decisions?

Who goes to a mediation? Can I bring family members? Does my lawyer need to be there?

Read this article to get answers.

If We Reach an Agreement in the Mediation, is it Final?

If there is an agreement reached during a mediation, is it final and binding? What happens if circumstances change – can the mediation agreement be re-opened?

Find out about what types of mediation items, including those concerning children, potentially may be re-opened later if significant circumstances change.

Can a Dispute be Mediated after a Lawyer is Hired or a Lawsuit is Filed?

Often people believe that once a lawsuit is filed, the only means of resolving a dispute are through litigation. This is not the case.

Mediation can be a valuable tool in helping those is litigation resolve their differences outside litigation, while saving time and significant legal fees. Find out more in this article.

What Types of Issues Can Be Mediated?

Any dispute can be mediated either by agreement of the parties or by the court ordering mediation.

Many times families believe that there are intractable conflicts; that no one can help them return to normal. Mediation, however, offers such an opportunity.

What is a Mediation?

Mediation is a process where a trained mediator in conflict resolution helps and guides parties through a procedure to resolve their issue or issues.

The role of the mediator is to help guide the parties through a process with the goal of reaching a mutually-acceptable agreement. At SI Mediation, we give parties the tools they need to help resolve conflict.