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#NoFaultDivorce to end the blame game

  Justice Secretary, David Gauke, has today announced proposals for new legislation to be introduced that will stop forcing spouses to evidence ‘unreasonable behaviour.’ This is met by strong support by those of us who work...
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The Handover Book

In this video Ashley Palmer, co-creator of The Handover Book, explains how this resource can help parents who are struggling with communication in relation to their children.  The book serves the additional purpose of demonstrating to...
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Family Mediation Week 2019 – Day 4

The clouds are parting Today’s theme brings us further into the journey of divorce / separation, where clients feel themselves held safely in a structured process and can start to see a clear pathway. When people...
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Family Mediation Week 2019 – Day 2

“Shelter from the Storm” Tuesday saw another informative article from Philippa Johnston, this time about mediation and how it works: Day 2 Shelter from the storm which talks about mediation and makes the point that anyone can call...
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The Mediation Process

Find out about how Able Mediation can help to guide you through the family mediation process, allowing you to arrive at the best solutions for you and your family.

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It’s time to choose a better way: Able Mediation supports Family Mediation Week 2016

Every year, thousands of families are torn apart by bitter court battles. Relationships between separating parents are irretrievably broken, and all too often their children are caught up in the middle. But it doesn’t have to...
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Wife gets tenth of £2million demand after signing ‘post nuptial’ agreement

Caroline Hopkins challenged the terms of the settlement but judge rejected claim …read more Source:: Divorce news and advice from the Telegraph