Massachusetts Divorce Attorney Discusses How Mediation Results are Permanent
I am often asked as a Massachusetts Divorce Attorney if the results of a mediation are legally binding. The purpose of mediation is to come to an agreement between the parties that can then be entered or filed into court and approved by the judge. I advise clients as a Massachusetts Divorce Attorney that once it’s approved by the judge and it’s final it can then become binding upon the parties.
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This educational blog was brought to you by Cynthia Hanley, an experienced Massachusetts Divorce Attorney.