Family law case where opposing counsel consulted with me years ago about this very same case. I filed a motion to disqualify opposing counsel and cited my reason as indicated above. No hearing was held but I recieved the order from the judge today and he denied my motion but it said this "the motion to disqualify is legally insufficient and should be handled in the proper forum, therefore, denied. " What does the judge mean by this. He also ordered mediation again even though we already went to mediation and could not agree. It was the court mediation which was cheap compared to the private mediator that is appointed now. How many times can he make us go to mediation?