Mediation


#1
  1. If this is the custody mediation through the court they will prepare a parenting agreement for you. If this is a mediation of equitable distribution you would need to present an order signed by both parties to the court for the judges signature.

  2. The forms required depend on the county in which your action is pending.

  3. You would need a financial information and documentation of your expenses.

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#2

I will be attending mediation very soon. My questions are the following.

  1. If we decide to settle everything what do I do as an individual without representation in regards to the court.
  2. If we leave a few issues open, I am certain of court. I will not have representation to assist, so are there forms I need to bring with me to court?
  3. In regards to the above, I am sure the issue is alimony. What would be a good rule of thumb as far as what I need to show that I can not provide?

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