Typically in a mediation, in a family law mediation, the mediator will attend along with each party. In some cases you may have more than one party. Additionally, if there’s a person that is not a party to the action, that might have an impact on the conclusion. The parties can agree to allow that person to be present with that agreement that a person could be present to. An example of that might be a grandparent that has … that substantially watches over a child. Maybe knowing that that childcare is going to be covered might be important to the mediation and all the parties might agree to allow that person to attend as well.

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