My ex wanted to go to co-parenting classes, even tho she has no desire to co-parent, She took my daughter to get her on anti-depressants and told me the doctor was for female issues, this is one of many examples. I was told that co-parenting would...
If you have a court order or a signed agreement then you must attend. The co-parenting classes can be helpful in avoiding litigation if both parties try to communicate constructively with each other and make decisions that benefit the children. Agreement is less expensive than litigation.See question
Landlord turn back on his word about more time
You could consult an attorney and share more details. It is not clear what happened. Unless a mediation agreement is signed, however, it is not binding.See question
We had an eviction hearing and before it started the landlords offered us a settlement agreement. He read the terms and we agreed to them but when we got a copy of the signed order the terms differed then what was presented and read in court. We d...
You should check to see if there is a voice recording or transcript of the stipulation entered into in court so you can review what was said. If what you agreed to in court differs from the record then you can contest it.See question
My soon to be ex husband and I had court ordered mediation. My lawyer told me to bring in all my evidence and I did but the mediator just accused me of everything my ex has been accusing me of and buying all of the lies and she also let him have h...
A mediator should be neutral. If she is the opposing party's business partner, then it is very likely that she is not neutral and you should request a different mediator.See question
My attorney has arranged for my x-wife and I to go to mediation when we haven't been to court even one time. I bought the house with money I received from a personal injury settlement. Her name is on the deed,I bought it from my mother at a much l...
It is usually a good idea to at least attempt to resolve issues through mediation to avoid a trial. It sounds as though you may have comingled separate property by putting your wife's name on the deed therefore her potential interest in the house is a relevant issue to resolve.See question
I missed the 20 day answer paperwork after being served divorce papers and mediation or conference is Monday morning! Is it too late to file a late ANSWER BC I didn't understand ? Can I bring my answer or contest against him getting custody to the...
You can go ahead and file the answer late and see if he contests the late filing. if he does then you can explain to the court why you filed late. You can also make a motion to the court to allow the late filing.See question
so I signed off on the third party claim settlement it was a release form and I need to know if I was saying that and they close your claim can either side change their minds later
You should have an attorney review the release and settlement, however if you agreed to a settlement and to release a claim then you are obligated to the settlement and release.See question
The Plaintiff attorney has provided a "Stipulation" with some terms to agree to and sign. Terms such as listing out the rent, waiving future claims, etc. 1. What is the difference between a "Stipulation" listing out the agreement between two ...
It is possible that the intent is to sign the stipulated agreement and then stipulate to dismiss the motion that was pending because there is now an agreement. You should have an attorney take a look at the stipulations.See question
I've filed an order to show cause against the mother of my children but judge didn't hold her in contempt. He ordered mediation before our custody case and she missed both days so would that be considered default in my favor and grants me custody?
You should consult with an attorney, however it is unlikely that the missed mediation alone would constitute default. If a party chooses not to participate in court proceedings, that is different.See question
My former husband signed an agreement in 2009 agreeing to pay for 75% of kid's activities. He is now refusing to pay for their ski racing; (expensive, I realize).
It depends on how the agreement was worded. If the agreement requires that he pay for those activities then you can file to enforce the agreement.See question