Ok, I don't know if I understood that answer....at first I an interpreting the drafted agreement could be used, but at the end of your answer I interpret that it can't. Maybe this will help for my own clarification.
The first line under the Confidentiality statement is a statement that says that the mediation is confidential: communications made, materials created for and acts ocurring the mediation are confidential...I'm assuming that is indicating that the agreement, as it was a material created, is not admissable in any further court proceeding.
A judge should automatically not accept this, correct? Attorneys should know this, correct? So why would an attorney include in discovery documents along with ex trying to get it admitted?
Well, then we go to one final question....if the mediation agreement is with my ex and his father has possession of my personal items does the mediation agreement have any bearing on my lawsuit of getting my items returned from ex's father?
Ok, I'm sorry, I don't understand again...if my ex left me a voicemail stating that his dad had possession of my truck and my jet ski, these items can still be challenged---these items were/are in a totally different location where his father is and he is not....does that make a difference, or is the agreement that I signed during mediation going to preclude me from getting the items returned...that's what I think you may be indicating.
Oh, didn't realize that I was asking for that specific of advice...agreement states that ex and I have nothing of each other's and do not owe each other any money. If I had ever thought that included my items in his father's possession I would never have signed...Thank you for your time. :)
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