MEDIATION FAQ | ABOUT MEDIATION PROCESS

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Can A Mediator Be A Witness Or Talk To The Judge?

Can A Mediator Be A Witness Or Talk To The Judge?

No. Mediation is strictly private and confidential. Mediator can neither be a witness nor talk to anyone about the case. Additionally, neither the parties nor their attorneys may introduce into evidence what happened or did not happen during the mediation.










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