Our chart shows you how mediators and solicitors can help you on divorce.
“We cannot escape from our need to be loved by the people that created us.” Gisele Mendonca, Oxford based child psychotherapist. It’s not surprising that parents who come into mediation to make decisions about their family always want to
When you’re going through a divorce, often financial worries can leave you feeling as overwhelmed and anxious as the break-up itself. But there’s good news – some people are eligible for legal aid for mediation. This means that if
How to cope with the loss of a relationship This week we’re very lucky to have a guest article written for us by Susan Trussell, a warm and experienced BACP Accredited counsellor who has considerable experience working with children and
Domestic violence: Recognising the signs of an abusive relationship and getting help Citizen’s Advice describes domestic violence and abuse as follows: “Domestic violence is controlling, coercive or threatening behaviour, violence or abuse between people aged over 16. It doesn’t
Are you still fretting about how to ensure your children are entertained over the long summer holidays? Are you desperately looking for holiday camps or activity courses so the children are looked after while you are at work? Look no
I had the pleasure of speaking recently at the Abingdon Contact Centre’s Annual General Meeting. It allowed me to ask them some questions about the centre and I thought I would share what I learned. What is a Contact Centre?
In the majority of cases, family mediation is successful and works for both parties involved. But in order to assess if it’s right for you and your (soon to be) ex, here are a few points to consider and
Finding fun things that don’t cost the earth over half term can be a challenge. So we’ve rounded up our top six places to check out next week for the school break. Let us know if you can add to
Mediation is often used by people who have lived together, often for many years, but never married. The law relating to cohabitation is different to the law on divorce. We have invited a local expert on cohabitation, Claire Colbert, to