Discover the pivotal role of Child Inclusive Mediation in the divorce process as Nicki Mitchell, Partner at Jones Myers Family Law Solicitors, shares her expert insights. In this enlightening interview, she explains why involving children in the mediation process is crucial and
I welcome the news that The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) is to investigate claims of people being misled about the process and prices of divorces and wills by online firms. The enquiry into the growing number of online services – many
If you opt to settle your divorce through mediation rather than a drawn out, expensive and contentious Court settlement, choosing the right mediator is vital. Here are some guidelines to help ensure the best possible outcome for you, your ex, and –
For separating couples, mediation can be a highly effective way of avoiding a lengthy, costly, and drawn-out Court divorce in which children are often caught up in the crossfire. To help more couples in this situation, the Government has launched and extended
Thousands of children could avoid seeing their parents embroiled in bitter, lengthy, and costly courtroom conflicts following a proposal to make mediation compulsory for separating couples. We wholeheartedly welcome the Government’s plan for separating couples to undertake mediation with a qualified mediator
No-Fault Divorce – which dispenses with the ‘blame game’ – makes it easier for couples to manage their separation and work together to avoid lengthy, costly, and stressful court disputes. The ground-breaking changes in the law, which came into effect on April
Separating couples can submit a joint application on mutual terms for the first time ever when No-Fault Divorce comes into effect on April 6. Bringing far-reaching changes to divorce laws, No-Fault Divorce follows a three-decade long campaign spearheaded by family justice group
It’s a well know fact that the impact of divorce on children can be deep-rooted and long-lasting – which is why more separating parents are looking for ways of communicating about their separation in a way which puts their children’s wellbeing first.