Blog2019-02-02T20:41:24+00:00

Mr v Mrs: Call the Mediator – A review

Mr v Mrs: Call the Mediator – A review The documentary has raised the profile of family mediation and provided some insight into what can go on behind closed doors. There were a cross-section of family disputes to include: marital breakdown, division of financial assets, and arrangements for a child. As a practising family and divorce mediator, my interest was more in highlighting the mediators’ skills in favour of listening to the couples’ conflicts. Arguably, this does not [...]

January 23rd, 2019|Mediation|

Advantages of Family Mediation

Advantages of Family Mediation Family and Divorce Mediation can take a broader approach than court proceedings, addressing issues individual to the people involved, which allow for more creative and personalised solutions. Other advantages include: You both decide the pace of progress by scheduling more or less frequent appointments, which are not subject to the same timetabling issues as court proceedings. It is cheaper than court proceedings and litigation; you both share the cost of one mediator, rather than [...]

January 23rd, 2019|Mediation|

Family Mediation – what do you need to know?

Family Mediation – what do you need to know? What does a family mediator do? The mediator’s role is help a separated couple reach a mutual decision. The mediator facilitates discussion, explores solutions and helps a couple find a workable settlement. There are two types of mediators. Consider whether you see a lawyer-mediator (i.e. legally trained) or a non-lawyer mediator (i.e. a therapeutic mediator). Consider whether to use one mediator, or two mediators. Co-mediation is often helpful for [...]

January 22nd, 2019|Mediation|

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