California encourages couples to engage in mediation to reach an agreement on divorce terms. If you have children, mediation is mandatory before you can take your child custody or visitation disputes to court.
How can you pursue your divorce through mediation? What should you expect out of the process? Understanding the basics of mediation in California can help you feel more confident in the process and its effectiveness to reach an equitable settlement.
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