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Author Topic: How do I start the mediation process?  (Read 979 times)

spinner

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How do I start the mediation process?
« on: Feb 03, 2005, 10:59:41 AM »
Divorce decret says that in case of parenting issues, ... we can use mediation.

Beside the fact that we have a motion for Contempt that is going on, we have some things that need to be cleared out in our divorce decret and I want to start the mediation process with my ex.

But where does it starts?
Can I just call the state and ask them to be a mediateur ?


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RE: How do I start the mediation process?
« Reply #1 on: Feb 10, 2005, 04:29:39 AM »
I would call the court and ask if there is a mediation center that the court knows of , Here in Pirce county washington , It is In the Phone book under .    Pierce county center for dispute resolution ,
   Then try calling five or ten atty's Then one of them will know what they
use in your area ,Here sent  them 25$ oR SOMETHING AND THE OTHER PERSONS  Address , And they send them a notice that say's you want to mediate over the parenting issue , Here's the good thing about it . The center for dispute resolution will just send a letter out that has Some boxes that they check off , It say's
    Unable to reach other party  Y / N
    Other party Failed to respond  Y/N
  And some other stuff like that . But the good thing is , If the other party fails to respond within 15 day's or so You then file that with the court and your proposed motion , And then the judge will decide , And the other person may be thought of as uncooperative parenting plan in place ?  
   My case is done  , I come back just for the people that are still stuck in this mess , And I always Like to say , Always stay to the simple  
facts , And don't do any thing to the other parent or talk to there side about it , This back fired on Me even though My intentions weren't so Bad , Just state the facts , And not a bunch of he said she said , I alway's Like to recall the smartest thing I ever said to the commissioner before trial , And the judge  AT TRIAL  , I just want to see My son and make sure he grows up with the love of me His father , thats what the court want's to hear and you will be getting better responses that way , It occurs to me they just wanted to know that I want to see My son , They really don't care if the mother is a bitch in your opinion ,

 

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