Archive of: February, 2021
A wonderful insightful article from Elaine Richardson writing in the Law Gazette discusses just why family mediation is so important.
A worrying upturn in numbers of barristers reporting concerns about bullying and harrassment during the pandemic is reported by the Law Gazette.
Resolution’s handy guides on how to co-parent after a split, such as divorce or separation, are a useful starting point.
We are proudly accredited by Resolution as specialists in collaborative family law, family mediation and a Resolution specialist.
You may have heard of the terms private and public family law. We generally deal with private law, where parents are separating or divorcing and want to put in place arrangements such as child contact and decisions about how and where children way be living.
The recent case  EWCA Civ 72 found that a request for clarification of the judgment cannot be used as a way of arguing further and ‘critiquing’ the judgment.
This helpful article from Gingerbread, the charity supporting single parents, emphasises how family mediation can be used to solve disputes when you cannot agree with your ex-partner on finances or child arrangements.