We went this route mainly because it was simple agreement that a divorce was necessary, as it was disclosed she started a relationship with someone, and there really was not allot of assets to split, as well as saving the children from the craziness.
Our final visit was schedule for Jan 21, but she cancelled the morning of. I've heard nothing as to why until I was served papers at my place of employment.
The mystery is the papers outline exactly what we took care of already, and disturbing in that I already invested allot of money into where we are. The alimony + child support was very generous, so I am unsure what this new motive could mean. I can't give my entire paycheck over which if its a move to get more money, that would be the case. Need advice!Due to the limited space I was allotted, all I was able to squeeze in was above, as well as a comment to Sarah's advice. One other thing I found odd, on Feb 6 the soon-to-be ex wife mother called me. It was a very pleasant conversation and she was not aware where we were with the mediation, so the call was simply describing that, and it turned into a "how is everyone else doing" conversation. Nothing at all negative about her daughter. However that night I received an email on my personal account stating the following: "I have been contacted by my client and advised that you have been engaging in extremely disturbing behavior that can best be described as harassment, against my client, and her elderly parents. Such alarming behavior must immediately stop. Any further contact between you and my client is unwelcome." I did not respond to this, though have been tempted to this past week. It seems they were not aware the "elderly parent" contacted me, or the content of the conversation.
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