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Old 02-02-2018, 10:31 AM
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Default Trial scheduling conference - other side ignoring - should I still go?

Hello Community,

I have to confirm (14C) by 2:00pm today for a trial scheduling conference.

STBX's lawyer has emailed me to tell me she will not be able to attend May sittings as she has been ordered to court to defend a criminal matter.

STBX's lawyer is terrible for missing court dates, and she has used this excuse before and has been criticized by the courts for it.

I am trying to push matters to closure. I told her that I or the courts have no obligation to continually pander to her case load and that as such I AM GOING TO THE TRIAL CONFERENCE regardless, where I will communicate the difficulty with her continual delays.


Should I do this ? is it idiotic to proceed to the conference without STBX lawyer ready ? Should I file a 14B instead seeking some sort of preemtory timeline ?


Please help.

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You should go. You can request disclosure orders if you still need them. Furthermore, you can address the issue of scheduling too.
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You should go. You can request disclosure orders if you still need them. Furthermore, you can address the issue of scheduling too.
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