Child Inclusive Mediation

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For a start, can I stress that I find the title something of a misnomer as it perpetuates the idea which even some courts seem to have that a mediator plonks a child down in the actual mediation. It is in … Continued

Universal Woe

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Well here we are. I guess most of us now will be in areas where universal credit now applies to all new claims. If you think that won’t affect you or your clients because, whether you are a mediator or lawyer, your clients … Continued

Second Time Around

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Dusted off, feeling like a human being again after the end of a relationship, most people go looking for a new relationship. However self-sufficient we are. most of us want to share life with a significant other, particularly I guess … Continued

Due Ceremony

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Anybody else watching Grayson Perry’s latest series, “Rites Of Passage”? If you are, you know what it’s all about. If not, he is examining in his unique way how we mark various big events in life such as death and marriage. Last … Continued

Facing Facts

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I’m feeling virtuous as I’ve just spent a morning archiving files- a job it’s all too easy to avoid. As part of that process I actually worked out how many of the closed cases had resulted in a constructive outcome. I … Continued