Question posted in the General Law category relating to Eastern Cape
My daughter is in a process of a divorce her husband phoned last night and was very rude to her father then her husband give the phone to his brother in law the brother in law said that he was the husband mediator and demanded for the husband to come and see there child today at 11am may daughter did not say that he cannot come and see the child she said that he can come see the child when her father is at home because her father has to go to work and is at home 4pm so the brother in law whom is acting as his mediator demanded to come see the child at 11am.
I whated to know can the brother in law act as a mediator and is he allowed to give demands and does the brother in law need to be appointed or have legal documents to prove that he is a mediator.
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Anyone can be a mediator, if both of the parties agree. The mediator can't make any ruling, or demand. The mediator can only assist in the parties in coming to their own decision.
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