Q&A: Does Douglas County require couples to go to mediation? Colorado Family Law Attorney Marlana Caruso Answers
Does Douglas County require couples to go to mediation?
Douglas County absolutely requires mediation before any type of a contested hearing happens in the system. What that means is in Douglas County, you actually have the possibility of multiple mediation sessions within your case. Mediation can always benefit you because that is your opportunity to be in control off the overall outcome of your divorce case. The judge is not going to hear arguments. The judge is not going to have to make decisions if you’ve gone through mediation and you’ve been able to reach a settlement with the opposing party.
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