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I qualified as a solicitor in 1990 and have practised in family law ever since. I have always been committed to supporting clients throughout their journey from separation to a brighter and more positive future.
Arguments may be normal when a relationship is struggling, but risk being at the cost of our children. The impact can vary greatly with the potential to affect everything from a child’s mental health to academic success and their future relationships.
This is one of the most common questions I am asked when interested parties are considering mediation.
Unfortunately there are numerous families suffering from the effects of being locked down during this Covid-19 pandemic.
Words are very important to the way we communicate. We know the dictionary definition and how to use a word in the correct context (most of the time!).
Have you ever felt stuck in an unhealthy or negative cycle in relationships where things don’t seem to be changing? It is likely that you may be stuck in the Karpman’s drama triangle; a place nobody wants to be but an easy place to become trapped.
When any relationship ends, we all hope to remain friendly and amicable but due to the emotions surrounding the issue of rejection this is often hard for one party, if not both.