What is the Mediator’s Role?
The mediator does not act in the capacity of an attorney and is not an advocate for either party. The mediator facilitates discussions and assists parties in reaching an agreement. The mediator shall at all times remain neutral, unbiased, and shall act in good faith.

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1. What are the benefits of Mediation?
2. What is the Mediator’s Role?
3. What evidence should be brought to mediation?
4. Are witnesses allowed?
5. Is there a cost for Mediation?