At the conclusion of mediation the mediator will file a report as to what the outcome was. The three possible outcomes at a mediation are that you’ve worked out everything and you’ve reached a mediated settlement agreement as to all the issues in the case. The second possibility is that you’ve reached partial agreement where you’ve only worked out a few of the issues and maybe some of the issues still need to go before a judge or magistrate to make the final decision. The last option is that you are just unable to reach any agreement and the whole case has to get back to court.
The mediator’s report will indicate just one of those three things has happened; either there has been an agreement or there is no agreement or that there is a partial agreement if the parties agree that the mediator can disclose that a partial agreement was reached.
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