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750 ILCS 5/404

    (750 ILCS 5/404) (from Ch. 40, par. 404)
    Sec. 404. Conciliation.
    (a) If the court concludes that there is a prospect of reconciliation, the court, at the request of either party, or on its own motion, may order a conciliation conference. The conciliation conference and counseling shall take place at the established court conciliation service of that judicial district or at any similar service or facility where no court conciliation service has been established.
    (b) The facts adduced at any conciliation conference resulting from a referral hereunder, shall not be considered in the adjudication of a pending or subsequent action, nor shall any report resulting from such conference become part of the record of the case unless the parties have stipulated in writing to the contrary.
    The court, upon good cause shown, may prohibit conciliation or other process that requires the parties to meet and confer without counsel.
(Source: P.A. 99-90, eff. 1-1-16.)