In my Florida divorce case, does the mediator meet with the spouses separately or together?

Mediation is a fluid process. The mediator will determine based on the dynamics of the room, meaning how do the parties interact, whether or not to meet with the parties together or alone. If the mediator meets with the party alone, of course your attorney will be with you, but that is called a caucus. Sometimes that can take a motion out of the discussions and help lead to an agreement.

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