Mediation is an alternative dispute resolution process which allows the parties to work with a mediator towards a resolution in their case. This can include all issues including child custody, child support, parenting time, spousal support, property division, payment of attorney fees, and any and all other disputed issues relative to your divorce. The mediation session is done out of court, in a private setting, and your attorney may or may not attend. While the process itself is not binding, if an agreement is reached by both parties at the mediation session, that agreement is final and binding, unless the agreement was reached based on some sort of fraud, duress, coercion, or some other compelling circumstance. For this reason, it is imperative that you have consulted an attorney and are adequately prepared for the mediation process.