Mediation; Divorce; Court-Ordered; Privacy
A very wealthy divorcing couple had been locked in a contentious legal battle for more than a year and were headed for a public trial which would include conflicting testimony regarding unorthodox sexual practices as well as questionable accounting issues. Although both their lawyers were adamant that mediation would be a waste of time and money, the Presiding Judge ordered them to try. They selected Keegan and told him it couldn't settle, but that they were ordered to appear. After a lengthy all-day session, Keegan succeeded in resolving all financial issues between the two parties and protecting their privacy.