If I requested marriage counseling how do I know if it was granted, today I saw in the public records that it said order of referral to of/for arbitration/mediation, does this mean my petition for the counseling was denied?
Answered on: 8/23/07, 11:19 pm by Scott R. Jay
Re: marrriage couseling
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A court will generally not order marriage counseling for two parties who are not getting along. A judge might suggest it but it would be unusual for a court to order it. If you filed a motion, you need to set it down for a hearing and the judge will make a ruling at that time.
Scott R. Jay, Esq.
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