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  • pink panther
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15 Oct 12 #361027 by pink panther
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Had collaborative meeting to try to fomalise ex''s access to our child. He has more aggressive lawyer than me and feel I have had to do a lot of the work. It''s been dragging on and just as i thought we were edging towards agreement he has moved the goal posts. has also become very threatening re court action. I am very stressed and beiginning to feel ill.

Any thoughts?

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15 Oct 12 #361040 by .Charles
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If the collaborative process breaks down the parties must go elsewhere to seek representation.

Threatening to go to court is not particularly conciliatory and must surely fly in the face of the participation agreement?


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