How Quickly Can I Get A Decision If I Mediate?
In this video, Jordan shares how quickly can I get a decision if I mediate? Make sure to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE to our videos! We have new content weekly and as always, we welcome your comments!
Jordan Speaking: In litigation, once the trial finally occurs, it may take several months to get a decision from the court. In mediation, however, once the parties reach an agreement, the mediator types up this agreement and sends it to the party’s attorneys for review. It is then drafted into a decree, separation agreement, or agreed entry, and will be filed once the agreement is formally drafted, signed by all parties, and filed with the court.
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