What if my ex will not agree? Can they be forced?


No. ADR needs both parties to consent to it and be committed to resolving issues without the need for court intervention.

Whilst an individual cannot be forced to agree to ADR, it is worth nothing that most lawyers will recommend it as a way of resolving matters rather than launching into Court proceedings. The Court also fully supports and encourages ADR at all stages. Once both parties fully understand the options, ADR is usually the agreed path for all parties.

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