Family Law Mediation

What Lies Behind TV's 'Mr v Mrs: Call The Mediator'

Jane Robey | Posted 28.06.2016 | UK Parents
Jane Robey

Millions of TV viewers are currently seeing a glimpse of a hidden, private side of divorce, as BBC Two's 'Mr v Mrs: Call The Mediator' lifts the lid on separated couples trying to sort future arrangements.

Blame and Divorce

Mary Banham-Hall | Posted 23.03.2016 | UK Lifestyle
Mary Banham-Hall

On the grieving cycle following death, loss or divorce, after the first shock and denial, people become angry and blaming, they may get depressed as they gradually detach from the other person and old life. Only then are they ready to move to dialogue and bargaining to sort everything out. Finally they will reach acceptance of the new life and be able to move on.

Family Arbitration - The White Knight of a Tricky Divorce ?

Suzy Miller | Posted 16.09.2014 | UK Lifestyle
Suzy Miller

Family Arbitration can rescue a mediated divorce from crumbling into a nasty expensive court battle, so should more mediators be paying attention to it as a resource for their clients?

Tired of All the Shouting? Is a Peaceful Divorce Really Possible?

Janet Simpson | Posted 20.02.2013 | UK Lifestyle
Janet Simpson

Collaborative lawyers sign an agreement with you which disqualifies them from representing you in court if the collaborative process breaks down. This means they are committed to helping you to find the best solutions by agreement rather than conflict.

Do Lawyers Really Want More Friendly Divorces?

Suzy Miller | Posted 02.12.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Suzy Miller

Innovative law firms like Family Law In Partnership who focus on non-adversarial routes such as mediation and collaborative law, are putting packages together for clients offering parenting and wellbeing support as they recognise the huge role that such support can play in increasing the success of alternative dispute resolution.