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survived 1st mediation

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Well I survived it, and my ex husband lost his cool, lovely. He showed his cards seems he wants a better house and is worried that when his pension comes out next year he will loose his benefits ??? ha ha, I thought, next bad move he brought our daughter along, went down like a lead balloon. So to sum it all up, mediator was good, stopped us from getting off the subject, told him to back off 3 times. Did anything get resolved NO, I spoke to her by phone next day to ask something and she said "that man is on a mission", OH and he revealed that he has been having me followed in the session, I will be going to police on Tuesday as it is creepy see what they have to say about it .
So will have to wait now as she will be writing to solicitors. So not sure where we go from here.

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