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Focus Mediation our mediators help you both gain an understanding of each..
When you split from a partner and children aren’t involved, you don’t have to see each other. This allows time to heal and process the ..read more
I’m nervous about my Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting ‘MIAM’. It’s normal to feel nervous but it’s a relaxed meeting ..read more
Divorce is a huge trauma. Accept that it’s ok to be hurt and angry and that it will take time to heal. Talk, talk, talk. Confide in your ..read more
A child’s long journey towards independence starts when it is born.  A very long period of dependence follows into infancy through ..read more
Our children are not our belongings – they belong to themselves. If parents separate, children must not normally be cut off from a parent ..read more
Parents know how perceptive children can be. Watch this clip of Tiana, a very intuitive six-year-old. Her parents had been arguing and she ..read more
Divorcing couples experience trauma. It takes time to grieve for their marriage and eventually heal and move forward. Anger forms a ..read more
Here’s our guide to help clients get the most from their family mediation sessions. Choose a good mediator How experienced is your ..read more
We know that the law treats unmarried couples very differently from married couples. Recently, whilst reading comments in a public divorce ..read more
Parents attending mediation may already have a Child Arrangements Order. This doesn’t surprise mediators. One or both may believe the ..read more

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