It is important to remember that during mediation, the mediator does not give legal advice. Having your own attorney is not mandatory for mediation, and it is entirely your decision. However, at the first session with my clients I do encourage them to each go to an attorney. This way they are able to inquire about their rights, entitlements, and obligations under the law of the state. They can then take this information and become more knowledgeable and effective in the negotiation process. If they decide to relinquish a piece of property, they are doing this because they know what they’re entitled to and are aware of their rights and obligations.
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