Do I have to attend divorce mediation?
What is divorce mediation? Mediation is a way of resolving financial matters arising from the breakdown of a relationship without the need to attend Court. …Read Moreabout Do I have to attend divorce mediation?
Family Mediation Week – helping separated families know which way to turn
More than any other time of the year, January is a month when families decide to separate. For most, this will be their first experience …Read Moreabout Family Mediation Week – helping separated families know which way to turn
“I wish my parents had known about Family Mediation”
Family Mediation can cover arrangements for children where parents are divorcing or separating. Commonly, it is a question of where children will live and how …Read Moreabout “I wish my parents had known about Family Mediation”
Family Mediation Q&A
As the family Courts struggle with their busiest time of year, following on from the festive break, we focus on an alternative to Court Proceedings. …Read Moreabout Family Mediation Q&A
Family Mediation and Domestic Abuse
Family Mediation and Domestic Abuse Domestic Abuse is defined as: “Any incident or pattern of incidents of controlling, coercive or threatening behaviour, violence or abuse …Read Moreabout Family Mediation and Domestic Abuse
Thinking of Mediation? MIAM
Mediation Information Assessment Meeting (MIAM) A MIAM is a first meeting with a Family Mediator. The purpose is for the client to find out about …Read Moreabout Thinking of Mediation? MIAM
Family Mediation in a Civil Partnership
The Civil Partnership Act 2004 allowed same sex couples to enter into a Civil Partnership which gave them the same rights as couples within a …Read Moreabout Family Mediation in a Civil Partnership
Online/video Mediation – The Ringrose Law Mediation Team can help
The Ringrose Law team has been working very hard over the last few weeks to set up systems to be able to undertake remote online/video …Read Moreabout Online/video Mediation – The Ringrose Law Mediation Team can help
New Online Applications for parents to see children – the impact on Family Mediation
With effect from the 19th February 2020 the Court Service (HMCTS) have introduced a new online service to enable separated parents to apply for a …Read Moreabout New Online Applications for parents to see children – the impact on Family Mediation
Family Mediation: Conversations worth having
The Family Mediation Council has published the results of its 2019 Family Mediation Survey to coincide with Family Mediation Week. Family Mediation Week takes place …Read Moreabout Family Mediation: Conversations worth having
What is the difference between a Family Solicitor and Family Mediator?
At Ringrose Family Mediation Service both of our Mediators, Christine Pickwell and Paul Cooper are experienced Family Solicitors with over 30 years’ experience each in …Read Moreabout What is the difference between a Family Solicitor and Family Mediator?
Family Mediation Week 20th – 24th January 2020
The 20th to 24th January is Family Mediation Week During Family Mediation Week, our Mediator Christine Pickwell will post a blog each day to explain …Read Moreabout Family Mediation Week 20th – 24th January 2020