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21 Mar 12 #319392 by blonde cazza
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I have to go to mediation next week and i have a feeling that my ex wont turn up...can it still take place?

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21 Mar 12 #319403 by survive
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Yes it can take place although you may be liable for the bill of that session.

My firdst mediation appointment was separate to ex, then we had one together.

Take everything they have asked you to bring. At least in the future if things get messy, you will know that it wasn''t down to you not attending and that you have shown willing.

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21 Mar 12 #319414 by blonde cazza
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Thanks i think things have already got messy...can he have anyone take his place solicitor or his parents x

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