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Mediation and submitting form A

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19 May 12 #331573 by humdrum
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About to start the process for auxiliary relief and self-representing. Form A asks whether you have attended mediation information/assessment. Is it better to have done this before submitting Form A or does it not matter?

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19 May 12 #331581 by MrsMathsisfun
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You will have needed to have attend a mediation assessment before you can attend court, so I would complete the form and sort out mediation at the same time so both aspects are covered.

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