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Mediation query
#1
Hi community. I posted a couple of weeks ago seeking a specialist divorce solicitor even though I had final court order in place. Thanks again to those that responded - matters are progressing.

I have tried mediation 3 times with my ex-wife, each time my offer has been declined. I am sick to death of throwing good money after bad but in order for me to make a new application to court to see my children, I am told that I must contact a mediator once more and extend the offer to my ex-wife (who will knock it back). To that end, is there anyone that can help in a very cost effective way in what essentially is an exercise in getting a mediator's signature on the court application?

Thanks in advance
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#2
If this is an application to vary an order then I dont think you need a mediation signature.

If this is a new application then you do - but if your ex refuses to attend the mediator should sign it for you (most will sign within 30 days of you attending)
The opinions here are not that of Separated Dads, but merely a loving father who has been through the process and has come out the other side.
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