Can information be kept confidential in mediation?

By Matthew R. Majernik
July 11, 2017
Can information be kept confidential in mediation?

If there is specific information that a party does not want the mediator to share with another party, the person requesting the confidential information can ask the mediator for that information to remain between that specific party and the mediator. If such a request is made the mediator may only disclose the confidential information that they were told with the approval of the party who provided that confidential information.

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.

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July 11, 2017
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