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  1. Hello, I searched and searched and could not find a definite answer on this so please forgive me if I missed it somewhere. This case is in California. My wife was sued by H&E and we are scheduled for trial in September. These are the only steps we've taken, answer, BOP, responded to interrogatories, admissions and production of documents. We went to the mediation meeting in front of the judge and moved forward to scheduled a trail date. My wife has no intention of going to trial and is instead willing to settle with them, I on the other hand am not. So my question. Is there a way to join her as a defendant. I understand the consequences that could come of it and have done as much research as I could. I just simply want to know, what form or what process is needed to request to the judge to be added as a defendant so I can represent both of us. I appreciate all of your support. Thank you, R