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Preventing grandparents becoming forgotten victims of divorce

Grandparents play an important part in the lives of their grandchildren, and it’s usually a positive thing if they can [...]

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How pre-mediation coaching points the way forward

Some relatively minor changes to existing family mediation processes could transform the numbers of people successfully making agreements, says the [...]

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‘Wishy-washy’ legal aid report kicks effective support down the road

Commenting on the Ministry of Justice’s Legal Support Action Plan, which follows the government’s review into the Legal Aid, Sentencing and [...]

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It’s time to modernise the language used in divorce

Modernising the language used in the divorce process has to figure as part of the government's proposed legal reforms, says [...]

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Government consultation on divorce law reform

The government has announced its intention to reform divorce law, with the intention of ensuring a less confrontational process, and [...]

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An easy win for separating families & Ministers, by using existing court powers

It won’t be difficult for the government to achieve its aim of increasing the numbers of separating families using family [...]

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In royal circles and elsewhere, settling family disputes demands an open-minded focus on the future

In a new article, our CEO Jane Robey asks what type of relationship Thomas Markle wants with his daughter Meghan [...]

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Owens v Owens case spotlight illuminates need for divorce law change

Commenting on the outcome of the case of Owens v Owens, National Family Mediation CEO, Jane Robey, said: “As our [...]

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Could Brexit negotiators call in mediators?

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]In the latest of her regular 'Mediation Matters' articles for Family Law, National Family Mediation Chief Executive, Jane Robey, explores [...]

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