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.
by Lizam1 4 years ago
Mediation or Litigation - which would you choose and why?As a non legal family and civil mediator, I am often surprised that folks choose to only consider litigation for family and civil matters. Mediation can provide a framework to come up with an agreement which becomes a legally binding...
by Frank P. Crane 5 years ago
Are hubs monitored for proper use of the English language?I have been reading some very awkwardly worded hubs lately. Syntax is weird and grammar is horrible. I know we have some hubbers whose first language is not English. I accept that and admire them for writing on HubPages. The hubs I...
by akuigla 7 years ago
One in 18 people in the US is in prison or being monitored?Why?
by Leslie Mccowen 7 years ago
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