As Christmas lights and decorations spring up in homes and shops, worries about where children will spend the festive season are in the minds of many separated parents. The time to open a discussion about those arrangements and reach a resolution is now.
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As Mother’s Day approaches, separating couples are encouraged to avoid costly and lengthy courtroom conflict by using family mediation as an alternative dispute resolution method.
As Family Mediation Week 2023 (16th – 20th January 2023) commences, separating couples are encouraged to avoid costly and lengthy courtroom conflict by using mediation as an alternative dispute resolution method.
Yes, family mediation vouchers are still available. Since the successful roll-out of the mediation voucher scheme to help separating couples resolve disputes outside of court, the government has added £5.4 million of extra funding and extended the scheme.
Eligibility for the Mediation Voucher Scheme is not means tested, meaning it doesn’t matter how much income you receive, however, your case must in part involve discussions about making arrangements for children.