What happens after Mediation?
If an agreement is reached, it is placed in writing, signed by you and the other party, then filed with the court; unless otherwise agreed upon by the parties.
If you do not reach an agreement, the mediator reports the lack of agreement to the court without comment or recommendation. With the consent of the parties, the mediator’s report may identify any pending motions or outstanding legal issues, discovery process, or other actions by any party which, if resolved or completed, would facilitate the possibility of a settlement.
Can a mediator force a party to agree to anything?