Now my ex has a attorney and they are filing a motion to vacate the court ordered mediation. One of her reasons is the financial documents for support. I filed my financial affidavit. She did not. I am the one who seeker this change. My time sharing for summer is almost up. And I won’t have another until thanksgiving. I recently moved back to same state as kids that’s why the change. How can I attempt to denying rescheduling or cancelling this mediation. Thank you.
This is a child custody question, not an appeals question.
It sounds like you need to retain your own attorney.
You could file a response to the motion explaining how you would be prejudiced by delay. You should really be represented in this matter.
There is no substitute for the professional advice of an attorney who knows your case and represents you. My post is not, and may not be relied on as, legal advice and does not create an attorney-client relationship. Best wishes for a just and expeditious resolution.
The law on modifications is fairly complex. The procedure is even more complex. When there are children involved it is best not to go it alone, it is always best to have an attorney. Please contact an attorney and get the legal help you need. It would be awful if the law is in your favor and you lose precious time with your children over a procedural issue that you didn't know about.
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