Challenges of Involving a Second Party
While involving a second party in family mediation can have its benefits, there are also some potential challenges. One of the main challenges is that it can be difficult to find someone who is impartial and who can also provide a valuable perspective on the dispute. It is important to find someone who is experienced in family mediation and who will be able to provide an unbiased view of the situation.
In addition, involving a second party can also be time consuming. It can take some time to find a suitable individual and to arrange a meeting with them. This can delay the process of resolving the dispute and can add additional costs.
Finally, it is important to remember that the primary focus should remain on the two parties directly involved in the dispute. Involving a second party should be used as a tool to help resolve the dispute, but it should not detract from the two parties working together.