In a recent blog, I wrote about the most common complaint I receive from Dads, namely their ex is restricting access to the children and they need help. This time I am turning to another common complaint I receive, often
Disclaimer: I am an accredited mediator – not a qualified lawyer or pensions expert. The information in this article is to simply explain issues impacted by divorce and separation. You should not treat this information as legal or pensions advice.
Clients often come into mediation saying that they want to be sure that the financial agreement that they reach is fair. This blog post attempts to answer the question of ‘financial mediation: what is fair?’ Warning: I am an accredited
Divorce and State Benefits: What you need to know Disclaimer: I am an accredited mediator – not a qualified lawyer or state benefits expert. The information in this article is to simply explain issues impacted by divorce and separation.
“My ex won’t let me see the children, can you help?” is a common message I receive on my voicemail. The message is usually left by a father at his wits end, who is thinking about going to court to
No-one knows how to get divorced until they start the process. This blog post explains how it all works so you know what to expect. I often find when couples come to me in mediation that they are confused
When going through a separation or divorce, it can be hard to think logically and make important decisions as we are often so caught up in our emotions. All of us are full of emotions and deeply held values and
Recently I was working with a mother who wanted to mediate with her ex about the arrangements for their daughter. Handovers were proving difficult and Mum wanted to work out a better way forwards. Mum explained how Dad was always
For clients getting divorced, financial planners can be invaluable. But of course if you’ve never used one before, it can be hard to differentiate between them and the other kinds of financial advisor, and perhaps hard to work out how
Separating parents often come into mediation asking me if I can help them to put together a parenting plan. Mediation can be a good place to have discussions about how you wish to co-parent if you are separating. Here are