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These are some of the common questions about mediation that you may have:
What is a Mediator’s background?
Does the mediator provide legal advice?
Does the mediator represent either of us?
Where is the conference conducted the case ?
What happens in the conference?
Does it always result in an agreement?
Does mediation work for marriages with no children?
Does it help where the parties need to negotiate a modification of a prior agreement?
Suppose one of us already has an attorney?
When should a mediator be used?
Why do we need a mediator? Why can’t we sit down and negotiate on our own?
How should we prepare for the mediation conference?
Do I need legal counsel if I already have a pre-marital or post-marital agreement?
Is Cullen Mediation appropriate in a family situation in which child abuse or domestic violence is a factor?
What are the benefits of Cullen Mediation Group?
Can unmarried couples work with Cullen Mediations to achieve a parenting and support plan?
We have a complex financial situation. Can a mediator help us?
My spouse is unemployed (or part time) can I still get child support?
How complicated is it to determine the right amount of child support?
Really, how complicated is an uncontested divorce?
We are divorced and the mother of the children wants to move. What can we do?
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