Bartlesville, OK asked in Family Law, Child Custody and Child Support for Oklahoma

Q: I'm Pro Se. What document do you file after a failed family court mediation? State is OK. Case has been open a year.

I filed a Motion to Modify Child Custody, Visitation and Child Support over a year ago in Oklahoma. The judge ordered us to attend mediation. We agreed on Child Custody and Visitation issues in mediation and signed our intent. My attorney at the time wrote up an order for the agreements in mediation along with the standard CS calculation. The Defendent (my Ex) has refused to sign the Cuild Custody and Visitiation as agreed in mediation and has not provided a response. And he has argued over the CS calculation for over a year. I'm Pro Se now and representing myself at trial. I can't afford more attorny fees. What is the next document I file to compel the Defendent to respond to the Order my attorney presented after Mediation? Will a Motion to Settle work? Thank you!

1 Lawyer Answer

Doak Willis

Answered
  • Tahlequah, OK
  • Licensed in Oklahoma

A: Yes. A motion to settle along with an order for hearing that motion needs to be filed.

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