If only child support is at issue then the mediator is only going to discuss child support. If there are issues outside of that, then you will need to file your own action/motion with the court. As much as you are not going to like to hear it, an attorney is always recommended for cases like this.
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Fighting is expensive. While you are sitting together in mediation I suggest trying to work out all your issues.
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Only what has been pleaded will be addressed. You may want to speak to a local attorney.
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