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What Does Financial Settlement Mediation Include?

When going through a divorce or separation, it can be difficult to arrange what happens to the family home, savings, pensions, income and even debt. Family Mediation covers almost every financial situation which can arise in a family setting, often as a result of a separation. What can you expect to discuss during Financial Settlement

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Ministry of Justice Announces They Are Increasing the Fund for Family Mediation Vouchers by £1.3 Million

On the 26th March 2021 the Ministry of Justice and UK Government announced that they were investing one million pounds (£1m) into assisting separating or separated families, to resolve disputes in relation to child arrangements, through Mediation. This funding is being made available through a scheme introduced and implemented by the Family Mediation Council (on

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Things to consider about Mediation

There are numerous things to consider when starting Mediation, which can leave you feeling overwhelmed and unsure what to do. To put your mind at ease, we have composed a list of things you may wish to think through before, and during your Mediation process. This list isn’t exhaustive, and you should remember that every

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Mediating on Children Issues – Top Tips for Success

The breakdown of a relationship is difficult for all concerned, and if there are children involved, your mind will undoubtedly be filled with questions. Family Mediation is a beneficial way of exploring different options, in order to work out which will be the best option for you, your partner, and children.   It may seem

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Preparing for the Mediation sessions

Family mediation is a beneficial way for separated families to explore options and discuss arrangements for the future. If you have decided to proceed with Mediation, the process can initially seem daunting, and you may feel unsure on how to prepare for your sessions. We have prepared a list of things you may wish to

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Mediation to assist with family arrangements at Christmas

It’s December…………………… You may well be asking how is it nearly Christmas 2021? The countdown to Christmas is underway: Advent calendars are being opened Letters to Santa are being written, Christmas songs are being played on a loop Delivery drivers are working non stop Christmas menus are being picked Nativities are being performed Christmas Jumpers

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Midlands Dove Mediation: 12 Days of Christmas

On the first day of Christmas…………A Partridge in a Pear Tree Parents often find it helpful for them, their children and their extended family and friends, if they are able to establish arrangements for the care of their children over Christmas and festive period. Making arrangements in advance, avoiding leaving discussions until last minute, often

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Child Arrangements and COVID-19

There is a lot of attention in the news at the moment over the Chief Medical Offices of all four nations now having recommended extending COVID vaccines to children aged 12 to 15.  This follows a clinical trial earlier this year when the Pfizer vaccine gained European regularity approval for use on children aged 12

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What Happens If My Ex Won’t Go To Mediation?

The Mediation process is voluntary. Nobody can be required to participate within the Mediation process, if they do not wish to do so. Following a separation, there is understandably a significant number of emotions which were experienced by parents and their children.  These can often be expressed as frustration, hurt or anger.  This can often

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How Much does Mediation Cost for Child Arrangements?

Mediation is regarded by the courts as an efficient, cost  effective way for families to   resolve child arrangement and custody disputes by looking at the different options. It is quicker often taking weeks rather than months within the court system.  Mediation is designed to be a less stressful process too.   The Mediation process is flexible

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