How does the mediation process work?

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During mediation, spouses meet together with a mediator to discuss the pending dissolution of marriage. The mediator stays neutral and provides each spouse with the necessary information for them to reach their goals. At no time should the mediator side with either party or offer advice that gives one spouse an advantage over the other. In addition, parties who request specific legal counsel are free to do so and retain an attorney to represent their personal interests. However, they are not required to do so.

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