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Tag: Family Mediation

Family Law

Access to children and anxiety

As Mental Health Awareness Week draws to a close, Family Law Solicitor Jonathan Fuller offers guidance to father’s seeking to gain access to their children following relationship breakdown.

Family Law

FAQs – Family Mediation

Family mediation is a process that resolves disputes involving children and/or financial issues following separation. The sessions are led by a fully trained, independent mediator who is neutral and will not take either side.

Family Law

Interview with Jennifer Goldstein

As part of mediation week, we have put questions to our very own resident Family Mediator, Jennifer Goldstein. We are keen to find out more about family mediation and how it used to help separating couples. Jennifer is a Senior Partner at Samuel Phillips Law, specialising in Divorce and Family Law. She has been an accredited Family Mediator since 2015.

Family Law

Family Mediation

Taking place between 18 – 22 January 2021 is Family Mediation Week. The aim is to raise awareness of mediation and how it can help separating families reach an amicable agreement about family-based issues. Many couples going through a separation or a divorce do not know that mediation is an option for them.

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