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Family Mediation

What happens if my partner won’t go to Family Mediation?

If you are recently divorced or have separated from your spouse or partner, you may be unsure how to reach agreements on areas of your life such as your children or finances.  Family Mediation could be the answer to help you reach a resolution without the need to go to court. Your spouse, however, ...

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Family Dispute Resolution

Resolution, a national group representing family law firms and professionals, will be holding its third Family Dispute Resolution Week between 24 and 28 November. The goal of Family Dispute Resolution Week is to encourage couples who are going through separation or divorce to explore the...

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Family Mediation

Is Family Mediation Expensive?

As a qualified solicitor, I am acutely aware of the fact that high conflict disputes about finances and/or children’s arrangements as part of a divorce or separation can be incredibly expensive. I sometimes feel that asking “How much does a divorce cost?” is essentially the same as asking...

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Family Mediation

Should Family Mediation Be Compulsory?

On 6th April 2011 new rules were introduced by the Government that were meant to ensure that family mediation was considered before making a court application for most general family law matters that it had not been possible for the parties to reach agreements about between themselves, including in ...

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