When it comes to settling cases, two heads are sometimes better than one. That is, engaging two mediators with different perspectives or areas of expertise can enhance the mediation process and can result in creative solutions that can help to avoid impasse. However, not all cases are suited for co-mediation, and the process requires division of labor and additional planning considerations.
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