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What makes this process complicated is that he would need to be in agreement with the changes you are seeking to make. If he does not agree with the changes, then mediation would not assist you in getting the addendum/change to the decree that you are seeking.
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You are free to add whatever you want, but he will need to be in agreement. If he is not, you will need to fight it out in court.
At this point, there's no reason for him to cooperate to include those terms if he doesn't feel like it.
Theoretically, yes. The mediator should be able to help you do that.