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Do the parties always meet together in mediation, or can they meet separately?

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In mediation, the parties and their attorneys can meet separately or can meet collaboratively in a room together. It all depends on the facts and circumstances of the case and what’s going to be most productive in that individual case. It can also shift during the day as it is a dynamic process based on what the issue is and how the mediation is progressing.

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