Mediation is a voluntary process. It is one of the most common ways to resolve a dispute in family law cases. This is a confidential process. The parties meet with a mediator, who is a neutral, and work toward agreements on the various issues in their case. The mediator’s role is to facilitate settlement. The mediator does not make decisions or give legal advice. Mediation allows the parties to: (1) maintain control of the outcome of their dispute; (2) save time, money, and the personal pressures that litigation puts on families; and (3) decreases the likelihood and frequency of post-decree litigation when compared to outcomes that are imposed by the Court in contested proceedings.
Attorney Amanda Bloomgren provides mediation services and is listed on the Rule 118 List of Qualified Neutrals.
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