Does Mediation Mean I Need to Talk to My Ex?

Does Mediation Mean I Need to Talk to My Ex?

November 10, 2022
Tycha Kimbrough

If you're going through a divorce and will soon attend mediation, that does not mean that you have to directly speak with your ex during mediation. Generally, the mediator, who is the third-party person, will directly facilitate that communication that occurs between the spouses. So y'all will likely be in two different rooms, and the mediator will handle the direct communication

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