2Dadwipp wrote:And the family home, it is currently the townhouse that is rented and the lease is up in June. Its too expensive.
My new home is mortgaged, nicer, less expensive and bedrooms for each child. Before we split, my ex and I were going here.
The ex is adamantly telling me that she is moving out before June. I will stay in this home as long as it takes but I can't ditch the home I mortgaged realistically so what other options do I have? I will stay in current home as long as it takes, ex says she will be out soon.
This is not a litigator. We know what the mother is seeking - total control with EOW for you.Lawyer just emailed me back and said "I will try to speak to her lawyer before, if I can't, she will disclose that during the court conciliation session. You each say what you are seeking"
2Dadwipp wrote:When do I know if its time to get a new one or if 'I can get her to work better for me?
BartSimpson wrote:Determine if your attorney is a litigator based on the appearance at the mediation - if your attorney leans on you to settle for less than 50/50, bye-bye.
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