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Old 06-19-2008, 04:16 PM
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I have had a disagreement with my ex-spouse about the intepretation of a paragraph in our separation agreement concerning an aspect of parenting.
Our agreement provides for mediation/ arbitration where there is such a disagreement.
I want to have this issue settled, while my ex does not want to (probably aware of a weak position).

How does one start the arbitration process when the other spouse is resistant?

Thanks for any input.
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In the absence of her agreement, you may have to go to court and ask for an order forcing her to comply, which itself can be very expensive and toothless.
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