All parties involved in a family law dispute are required to provide to each party and the Court all information which is relevant to an issue in the case. This information could be in the form of a paper document or stored by some other means such as USB’s, CDs and other computer storage device.
Disputes after relationships end are uncomfortable but are a regular part of the separation process. If you have previously done some research on Alternative Dispute Resolution, you may have noticed that there are a lot of different types of Alternative Dispute Resolution.
An experienced family lawyer will be able to guide you when mediation fails and it doesn't mean you have to go to court just yet.
Whether or not mediation is suitable really depends on your own unique situation and it’s best to discuss it with an experienced family lawyer