In general, what you say in mediation and provide the documents cannot be used as evidence in court in the same case. Even a mediator cannot testify. On the other hand, be professional and make sure the client does the same. Demonstrate commitment to the client, the case and the mediation. Prepare exhibitions; even simple exhibitions show commitment. If the case takes a lot of time and facts, use a very effective timeline instead of a ten-page written overview. During this phase, the Mediator helps the parties move towards an agreement by taking into account the options generated and choosing those that are most practicable and acceptable to each party. Think about what your lawyer calculates on time. Ninety hours less per case could have a big influence on your end result.
Refusal to attempt mediation has no influence on the outcome of the court`s decision. . . .