Can one mediator represent both of us?

A mediator does not represent anyone. A mediator is a neutral third party who, while interested in helping to craft a solution, does not have a direct interest in the outcome and is not “rooting” for one person or the other. Most mediation sessions are led by only one mediator who is there to help both parties, but sometimes mediators will work with a “co-mediator” as a team. 

Carol O'Connor Cadiz
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