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19 Mar 12 #318933 by jiltedrick
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Well, the ex''s solicitor has finally stooped to accidentally getting her facts wrong and using that as the basis for arguing that my ex and her new live-in pal shouldn''t bother to pay the mortgage when there''s some other mug to do it.

Aside from the "factual inaccuracy", there are two clear breaches of Resolution''s code of conduct in her last letter alone.

This has been going on for months, and obviously it has entrenched my wife''s position ("I''ll take the lot, ta") and encouraged her to use the children as a weapon against a pretty normal loving dad.

Resolution''s response to all this: sorry, can''t step in even if you can prove they''re lying. Got to wait until the damage has been done.

meh.

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19 Mar 12 #318938 by WhiteRose
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Hi Jilted,

Unfortunately you''ve found the flaw in mediation/resolution - It can''t work where one of the parties is lying or will not negotiate/compromise :(

I''ve only hear it being effective where 2 people are prepared to make it work.

WR

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