In mediation, the parties hire a neutral third party to assist them in reaching agreements about their divorce. The mediator need not be a lawyer and represents neither party. If the mediator is an attorney, he or she may not provide legal advice, but may educate the spouses regarding the law and tendency of the courts.  If an agreement is reached in mediation, it is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED that each spouse have an independent attorney review the agreement.

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