Family Court Custody Mediation vs. Private Mediation: Which Should I Choose?

The goal of mediation is to help you and your spouse come to agreements regarding your children. Assuming you and your spouse are in agreement, you can choose to opt out of working with a family court mediator and instead retain a private mediator. Your other route is to file a Request For Order (RFO) for child visitation with Family Court and attend mediation or child custody recommending counseling (CCRC).

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