“The manner in which you handled our mediation was exceptional and extremely professional. Thank you for handling our situation so sensitively.”
“It has also been a real pleasure working with you. I admire your professionalism and your fine mind! You somehow made the difficult process seem easy.”
“Professional, impartial, very experienced and entirely reputable.”
We recognise that when relationships break down, emotions can run high and trying to solve the issues that frequently arise can be very difficult. Going to court can be very expensive, risky and time-consuming. Alternative methods of resolving difficulties and disputes do exist, however.
Our experienced Family Law team includes members who are fully trained and qualified mediators and collaborative law experts, who can offer a choice of dispute management services:
For further information or to talk to someone about family mediation or collaborative law, please call a Family Law team member in the office nearest you.
“Efficient, professional and cost conscious. They clearly provide a good value service to the clients”
“Thank you for finally getting everything sorted for me.... I know where you are if I need you.”
Blake Morgan’s family law practice has been recognised as one of the UK’s leading teams in its field.
As part of Family Mediation Week, our previous blog looked at how a family consultant can provide support during mediation, but how can an IFA be used in mediation sessions?
Oxford solicitor Catherine Morgan has been recognised for outstanding work and her involvement in the local family law community with a nomination for a national award.
As active members of Resolution, we regularly encourage clients to explore the alternatives to court proceedings, to resolve disputes that may arise following relationship breakdown.
We look at a case study where family mediation proved successful as both parties in a separation had control over their own destiny and were able to concentrate on what was important to them.
Family mediation services continue to be a popular method of resolving disputes. Going to court should be a last resort and the court tries to ensure this, we look at what documents you will need.
Our Family mediation team have complied a helpful list of resources that can help children and young people going through separation and divorce in the family.
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Under a surrogacy arrangement, one woman carries and gives birth to a child for the benefit of another. The most common arrangement is for the surrogate mother to be artificially inseminated by the male partner of the commissioning parents.
Successful mediation between a team member and the management at a veterinary practice.
Successful mediation between the new Head of Department and a long-serving Teacher within that department at the school.
An example of how mediation helped a separating couple reach an agreement on their settlement.