Understanding the Mediator’s Role
Mediators, distinct from attorneys, provide crucial legal information rather than advice. They offer insights into your rights, applicable laws, potential court approaches, and past case precedents.
Exploring Legal Insights
Their guidance extends to pointing out applicable laws, potential court interpretations, and the legal principles courts are likely to apply. Additionally, they illuminate the factors courts consider in similar scenarios.
Mediator’s Limits and Court Outcomes
While mediators can’t predict court judgments, they shed light on likely court procedures, the information courts seek, and potential outcomes in litigation. However, the final judgment rests solely with the court and judge, beyond the mediator’s scope.