What is co-mediation?

By Matthew R. Majernik
June 27, 2017
What is co-mediation?

Co-mediation is a mediation involving multiple mediators, usually two, who in some way may complement each other, whether by gender, personality, cultural, professional background or other ways in a manner that can improve the quality of both the mediation process and its outcome. Co-mediation may be popular in other jurisdictions, however, it is not typically utilized in McLean County or the other surrounding counties.

Matthew R. Majernik is a highly skilled mediator and family lawyer in Bloomington, Illinois with a focus on family law and estate planning. His experience also includes the areas of dissolution of marriage, parentage actions, custody, child support, and order of protection. www.allisonmosby-scott.com

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