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Old 12-04-2021, 01:29 AM
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Originally Posted by rockscan View Post
If I recall correctly it was the ex�s lawyer who did that to drive up costs and bleed money.
I don't care about the lawyers.

NO SELF RESPECTING MEDIATOR WOULD TAKE THAT ON. NO MATTER WHAT LAWYER WOULD PRESENT IT. AS WELL THE OP'S LAWYER SHOULD HAVE ADVISED NO.

So its a strike three and your out situation rockscan.

1. Opposing counsel recommending (low probability).
2. Mediator willing to take it on (incredibly low probability - a number approaching 0 kind of probability!)
3. The OP's own lawyer even recommending it (lowest probability unless the OP has the WORST lawyer on the planet?!?!)

I mean this is Year 1 law school stuff people...

One of the three (3) professionals would have walked from the situation described by the OP. That is why I call a hard BS on this poster. Its an imperfect storm of improbabilities.
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