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A well respected, award winning social enterprise
Volunteer run - Government and charity funded
We help 50,000 people a year through divorce
I don't know why people are picking on me.
In seeking to attend a MIAM and thereby attempting to resolve financial issues out of court I'm not abusing the court process.
And I'm all for a practical solution and all for avoiding court action and spending that money on the kids instead. But it takes two!
Aggrieved?! Here we go again! For goodness sake!
I can understand why you feel aggrieved that you haven't been given the opportunity to attend a MIAM or any other mediation sessions - but please, please accept that we are only trying to help you
The part of the picture that is not disclosed is ... irrelevant to my question.
...but it's difficult to advise without the full picture.