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I have a Divorce Coaching Programme that is designed to support you through the difficult time of separation and divorce that gives you clarity, direction and confidence. Conflict damages everyone – particularly your children. Here is an article in The Daily Mail about handling divorce through the […]Read more
As you may know I have a Coaching Programme called “Successful Separation.” I am keen to spread the word to parents going through divorce, separation or break – up about Collaborative Law as a more child centred way to handle this very challenging experience and time of […]Read more
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. […]Read more
Going through a divorce is painful and brings with it soooo many upheavals from the heart wrenching process of separation, the legal complexities, moving out of your family home bursting with memories , financial burdens, childcare issues, social changes, and the list goes on. The bottom line […]Read more
I’m pleased to see that separating couples will be legally required to find out about ways to settle disputes away from the courtroom, under new laws currently going through Parliament. New figures show that 124,420 couples filed for divorce in 2012 but instead of potentially long and […]Read more
If Las Vegas is the self-proclaimed wedding capital of the world, then London may want to lay claim to the opposite title: the divorce capital of the world. On Sunday, The Guardian reported that a string of pricey divorce settlements in favor of less wealthy spouses […]Read more
Despite divorce being on the increase around the world, parents often feel at a loss when searching for practical support. They also feel overwhelmed, confused, afraid, resentful, or completely frozen in panic about how to handle the changes in their family’s way of life. Sometimes this fear […]Read more
This week I’m giving a talk to a group of Family Mediation and Collaborative Lawyers in London as they want to find out more about my “Separation – Putting your Children First” Coaching Programme for parents and children. I am very interested in how Mediation and Collaborative Law […]Read more