Mediation Attendance

Who May Attend Mediation?

The parties and their attorneys (if represented by counsel), must attend all mediation sessions unless otherwise agreed. Mediation sessions are not open to the public. However, individuals with information or expertise useful in resolving issues (such as accountants, appraisers, mental health professionals, etc.) may attend as agreed by the parties and at the discretion of the mediator. Some parties choose to attend mediation pro se, meaning "without counsel".

Client Reviews
★★★★★
Lanae was indispensable in helping me through a difficult time. Going through a divorce was strenuous, and especially emotional because it involved my infant daughter. I was trying to gain a footing in unfamiliar and challenging legal, financial, and societal situations...Because of their hard work, I can now concentrate on spending time with my daughter, knowing that the settlement agreement provides a solid framework for resolving ongoing issues. Ganesh S.
★★★★★
I was involved in a contentious child custody matter with my sons that had lagged for far too long. When I switched lawyers and found Lanae Harden, I wished I had looked sooner! She and all the staff at Harden Jackson Law were amazing and hard working. I truly felt that Lanae was representing my best interests and understood what my best interests. Christina L.
★★★★★
Lanae Harden's empathy is an invaluable asset as one goes through a difficult process such as a divorce. Her office staff is very responsive, supportive and helpful, I recommended wholeheartedly! Zaida M.
★★★★★
Very knowledgeable, prompt, and courtesy all while being results driven! Kathleen S.
Contact Us to Schedule a Consultation
Contact Us (317) 569-0770