Should court mediation sessions be monitored to protect against mediator-bias?
If there is reason to believe that a court appointed mediator may be biased and a monitor is required. Who then monitors the monitor?
It is sad that such a question should be asked, but with experience in this, yes, there is bias, especially when it comes to a divorce and children, and there is not a damn thing you can do about it. I tried.
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