What is the mediator’s role at mediation?

What is the mediator’s role at mediation?

The mediator does not have the authority to make decisions for the parties, and is not a factfinder.  The mediator does not function as the judge or the attorney for either of the parties, but rather serves as the facilitator, helping the parties communicate, negotiate, and make informed decisions.  

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