Wanting to understand how it works. I know they removed "mediation" from title, but FCS doesn't really counsel, or attempt to mediate, what do they do? If they call it "Recommended" why is it mandatory? Why do they have such power and no checks?
Unfortunately, there are not enough facts in your question to be able to help. The biggest challenge is that this is listed under Real Estate, Title, and Mediation and I have been in this business for over 20 years and I do not know what an "FCS person" means. I am thinking it might have something to do with family law, which would explain why I don't know it. If you can let me know what FCS means then I might be able to direct you to who might be able to help with your question.
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