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Can the parties choose to retain the attorney volunteer's services for additional sessions?

Yes. The parties may agree amongst themselves to retain the Attorney Volunteer's services at the parties' sole expense for additional mediation services beyond the services being offered free. Those arrangements would have to be made separately by the parties and the attorney. The court will not grant any preferential treatment to, or take any particular action, whether one way or the other because one or more of the parties desired to retain, or retained, the Attorney Volunteer privately. Furthermore, should an Attorney Volunteer be privately retained, the location for those additional sessions would also have to be arranged for by the parties and no court facilities could be utilized for such compensated, private mediation services or sessions.

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