For the past 15 years, I have limited my practice exclusively to marital and family mediation. In the majority of mediations I handle, the parties are represented by attorneys and often have hired supporting experts, such as mental health professionals and forensic accountants. When mediating a case where the parties have counsel, I always work in two separate conference rooms, even making my opening statement two times. I rarely put the parties in the same room. Surprisingly, I find it easier to mediate a case with both parties and multiple professionals than to mediate a pro se case.
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