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Can a friend or family member accompany me to a Mediation meeting?

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In most cases the answer to this question is yes. This friend or family member would usually be asked to sign a Confidentiality agreement as all matters discussed at mediation are considered confidential and as they are non-parties to the litigation, without signing such an agreement they may not be bound to keeping the proceedings confidential.

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