Q: What can I do at the mediation "follow up"? I feel like the female mediator is siding with mom.
Today the recommendation so far is thurs to mon. Then following week a 3 hr visit Wednesday before work. After school. I work graveyard working mon thru thurs one week, mon thru wens another. 12hr shifts. I asked for visits to match my days off cuz I work graveyard. Mom works during the day so she gets to see em after school. We had dependency court twice. Mom lost kids both times during to substance abuse and cps refused to give me a chance even after there allegations were thrown out. Every time I wanna have em more there always 1 thing as the excuse I can't. The original order is wens thur over nite. But I changed jobs to this. So I had the kids on the weekend. But after an argument mom said to go back to the order till it's modified knowing our 13 n 10 year old would be home alone. Then in mediation said she's not comfortable with them alone. My son, 10 wants to b here more. My daughter 13. Idk she's one her phone 24 7. But has told.me.shes fine with it cuz she babysits at moms.
A: An attorney will advise regarding mediation. If you disagree with the mediator's report, you can request a hearing. [I litigate cases. Anything posted here must not be construed as legal advice, nor as grounds for forming an attorney-client relationship. You should seek an attorney for formal legal advice and representation.]
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