MEDIATION AND FAMILY DISPUTE RESOLUTION

 

What happens if Agreement
is not reached at Mediation

 

Even if you did not reach agreement on all issues at mediation, usually you will have reached agreement on some issues or at least clarified the position of the other party. 

Reaching agreement on some issues or at least clarifying the position of your spouse should help you better prepare for court proceedings. 

If you haven’t reached agreement at the end of the mediation session, depending on what has occurred, the mediator may explain some options that are available to you. 

The mediator will usually either:

  • End the session;
  • Make another time for another Mediation session.

 

 

 

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