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Not in a financial position to pay a mediator whom we used in the past. Honestly, mediation would not change my ex husbands mind. I believe he is testing me to see how far I will go. How can he force my son to continue an activity he no longer wants to persue? And does he have a right force me to continue to make payments on an activity my son does not want to persue? without my permission?
We have shared parenting. Basically out of a 14 day period, my son spends 9 nights with me and 5 with his father. I am the primary custodial parent
Then I would say 50/50
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