Family law mediation is a confidential process, since anything that is discussed during the mediation session will not be repeated outside of the mediation session. Significant to the process is that the mediator is an unbiased and independent third person who holds no vested interest in the outcome of the mediation. Therefore, the mediator is generally bound not to reveal what parents have said in mediation; however, there are exceptions, such as:
But for these exceptions, family mediation exists as a confidential process.
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