Mediation is a process in which a trained neutral person, called a “mediator,” helps people in a dispute talk and understand each other, and possibly reach an agreement. This video gives an overview of how mediation may help you resolve your case, how to prepare for and participate in mediation, and what happens after mediation.
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Last updated: March 2016