Mediation for what?
How do you still have mediation when the other party doesn't show up? Your ex must be a mastermind of hiding.
Quoting steviechick:How do you still have mediation when the other party doesn't show up? Your ex must be a mastermind of hiding.
How'd it go?
It's good you went. Any formal record you get of complete compliance on your part helps a TON in our state. BTW I'm in Southern Cali SD suburb. Are we close?
It's wasting the court's time and the mediator's time to even set this meeting up without having the Respondant be sent notice.
Yes, how did it go?
It's like that here too.
They say it's because they send out notifications many ways, e-mail, regular mail, regular mail to emergency contacts, etc. That way they might know about the hearing without being formally "served".
Quoting Robsessed98:WTF? How can they require you to be there when they knew he hadn't even been served? That's crazy. In OK, they could have served his attorney of record on his behalf if he couldn't be served personally. If he had no attorney of record, they would reset the date and try again to serve him. What's next?
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