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17 Apr 09 #108288 by franhelenn
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my daughter and son in law want to get devorced. they went to a mediator and when they asked my daughter do you know of anything dishonest that has happened. She had to tell them her stuped husbnad forged her signature to stop her having access to an account. Will that stop them being ableto use any mediators now.

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21 Apr 09 #109414 by Imediate
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I wouldn't have thought so.

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