So far the poll results reflect that in 38% of cases mediation did not comply with the CA rules of court; in 25% of cases there was no agreement at mediation and a recommendation was made; in 25% of cases there was no agreement at the hearing or in writing and the recommendation was adopted as the order of the court. Please don’t forget to add your vote and your opinion.
The public served by the court is invited to voice their experience with mediation services in the Riverside Superior court and if their appointed child custody recommended counselor complied with the ethics that govern mediation conduct as defined in CA rules of court.
Other comments including information on cases is welcomed and can be included in the poll.
Results will be presented to the CA State Auditor and the AOC.