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  • Glenn P. Milgraum, APM

Myth v. Reality: The Mediator Will Advise Me as to What I Should Do


A mediator is a third-party neutral.  Even if the mediator is licensed to practice law in your jurisdiction, the mediator must remain neutral and will not give “legal advice”.  However, the mediator from time-to-time might explain the laws as it pertains to your matter or bring in other professionals (i.e.: financial or psychological) to assist in overcoming obstacles that the parties may wish to discuss.  Prior to signing, participants will be given ample opportunity to bring any mediated resolution to an attorney for review.
Myth v. Reality: The Mediator Will Advise Me as to What I Should Do

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