This is the worst case scenario. You can try mediation again but hopefully this threat will stop him making the demands.
Or alternatively have the mediation fist and have him say that he refuses then make the threat.
I would not bow to his demands. It is a reasonable request that one picks up and the other drops off. If you want him to do both the court may think you are being unreasonable.
You should contact your closest family relationship centre. This is a free service provided by the Federal Government. Their website is
You can find your closest one on there.
The web-site also have alot of useful information and links to assist you.
Before going to court you must obtain a certificate from a family dispute resolution practitioner. You get this through the free service provided at the family relationship centres.
If you need to go to court then you will need to file an application in the Family Court or the Federal Circuit Court
http://www.familycourt.gov.au and http://www.federalcircuitcourt.gov.au
All the best and I hope it settles quickly
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