It sounds like you're doing this by yourself, which under the circumstances is probably unwise. If you do not have an attorney, you should hire one, who will be able to at least get a motion in front of the court explaining that the respondent refuses to participate in mediation and perhaps that can get the case set for trial. If the case is dismissed, you have to start all over again, so it's worth talking to an attorney.
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