What is Family Mediation?
Posted by: Sue Atkins
I do a great deal of work with Collaborative Lawyers and Mediating Lawyers, as I believe putting your children at the heart of the divorce process is the best way to separate, regardless of what’s happened to you, or your own emotions and feelings towards your ex.
That’s why I am passionate about my One Page Profile Process which a simple way to put the needs , wants and wishes of your children first so they are not damaged, traumatised or scarred for life after the separation.
Click on the link to read more about my 1-2-1 One Page Profile Process and how it can help you and families you know.
Here is some helpful information from the excellent websites Only Dads & Only Mums.
“In April this year, Legal Aid was withdrawn from parents seeking legal support through divorce, separation and child contact issues, the only exception being where there is evidence of serious domestic abuse.
However, what many people still don’t know is that Legal Aid is still available for those parents looking to use Family Mediation as an alternative to going through the family court system.
Only Dads asked some of the Family Mediators on our Local Support Directory to write about the different aspects of Family Mediation.
For those thinking of using Mediation we hope you will find these articles informative.
If you have any questions about Family Mediation that aren’t covered, please feel free to get in touch at [email protected] or i[email protected].
How Mediation Works
How to get the best out of Family Mediation
How Mediation helped one family decide what to do with the family home