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Jon Gosselin Brings Flowers To Kate At Arbitration Meeting

Nov. 21 2009, Published 12:04 p.m. ET

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Jon Gosselin brought roses to estranged wife Kate Gosselin as they came face-to-face Saturday for a divorce arbitration meeting. exclusively reported earlier this week that the couple would meet in an attempt to resolve outstanding issues in their divorce.

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Jon, who has alternately attacked Kate in national interviews and said he wants a better relationship with her, arrived home from Hawaii on Friday night.

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He showed up at the office of one of Kate’s lawyers on Saturday carrying the flowers.

A source close to Kate told “It’s laughable. Talk about too little, too late!”

The meeting in Pennsylvania is a mandatory step in dissolving the marriage of the Jon & Kate plus 8 stars.

Jon, according to a source with knowledge of the situation, does not want the divorce immediately finalized as he is facing an expensive lawsuit from TLC. He’s hoping that if his money is still pooled with Kate’s the network, which plans to keep working with Kate, will take it easier on him.

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TLC is suing Jon for breach of contract and will go to court seeking a preliminary injunction in December. Williams & Connolly, one of the best law firms in the country, is representing TLC and has lined up numerous depositions of people who were close to Jon this summer, when the network alleges he breached his contract.

Kate, however, wants the divorce over with as quickly as possible, the source close to her told



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