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Asked on: 5/04/13, 12:13 am

We are about to possible mediate, I personal don't really what to, what happens if we don't come to an agreement or we do come to an agreement, what is the next step?

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Answered on: 5/04/13, 6:44 am by Sanford M. Martin

Your question is general without identifying the parties involved or issues of

mediation. If the parties cannot agree to a mediated settlement, the court will

decide based on evidence presented. If family beneficiaries are involved, they

will often agree to a mediated settlement to avoid the litigation. An attorney can

advise you regarding specifics.


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Answered on: 5/04/13, 8:34 am by Barry Stein

Mediation is a very positive approach to resolve issues. If it does not work, you can always litigate thereafter. If you do resolve, make sure it is completely in writing so everyone knows what they can expect.


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