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23 May 12 #332471 by jane61
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Hi, Just started mediation and have disclosed our respected finances on individual spreadsheet before meeting. Now the controlling STBX has contacted the mediator saying that as compiling the joint financial spread sheet for the next meeting is only a capture exercise he didn''t think her expertise and expense were warranted and thought he would do it. Am I being petty but I feel the overveiw of the meeting and the joint spreadsheet should be compiled by the mediator. Has anyone dealt with this before?

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24 May 12 #332753 by Fiona
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I''m not sure it will make much difference. Even if your husband prepares a spreadsheet it shouldn''t stop you going through the figures so you understand where they have come from and can add your tuppence worth.

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