Marlo Guzman fired as mediator from an Indio Riverside Superior Court family law case by her supervisor

RIVERSIDE SUPERIOR COURT MEDIATOR FAILS TO PROTECT CHILDREN FROM DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AND HARMS DOMESTIC VIOLENCE VICTIMS

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Ms. Guzman was removed from an Indio family law case by her supervisor Lisa Morris. Any parent may file a complaint against a mediator which needs to be addressed within 30 days.

The guidelines and ethics related to mediation are governed by California rules of Court 5.210 (http://www.courts.ca.gov/cms/rules/index.cfm?title=five&linkid=rule5_210)  and the complaint specified that Ms. Guzman failed to adhere to any of the ethical guidelines mandated by rules of court and the best interest of the child standard. Indeed Ms. Guzman did not know the difference between the time period associated with sole physical and joint physical custody, failed to allow the mother ANY holiday time except for a few isolated hours during Christmas, failed to mention domestic abuse and wanted to allow the father to appoint a SUPERVISOR  to supervise the mother for no reason.  Secondly Ms. Guzman’s recommendation was in direct conflict with the existing permanent restraining order against…

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