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28 Dec 07 #9647 by zoo
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xtb thinks she does not have to go to mediation if there is alleged domestic violence she had me arrested because she was behind a door and i opened the door which hit her accidentally i was released with no charge and no caution.she is getting legal aid

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28 Dec 07 #9648 by Jacko
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Did you recive a caution for this incident? Phone the mediation service and ask them.

I attended my initial mediation appointement and after explaining my situation was told by the mediator that our case was not considerd suitable for mediation for 3 reasons.

1)Mental health, my wife has bipolar
2)Social Services were involved
3}The police had been involved. she calls the police at every given opportunity!

It would be better for the two of you to attend mediation to sort out a financial settlement that you have both reached by mutual agreement. As opposed to having a court order which neither of you are happy with.

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