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Preparation for Mediation

Minimise Conflict, Maximise Results This 53 minute video gives insights into what is required to get the best results from mediation. If you’d like further

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Peacemakers In Family Law – Trailblazing Change

While we are empathetic and considerate in our interactions, being a peacemaker is not a passive role. It’s one that often challenges narratives and beliefs. It’s a role that sometimes means being prepared to roll up your sleeves and rumble with really difficult conversations.

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Six Questions To Ask Before Family Mediation

What helps the mediation process is if you are putting the children first in parenting decisions. It can be hard to separate your own needs from those of the children, so I’ve prepared some questions to keep the kids in mind.

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The Non-Negotiable Coparent

There is an enormous cost to society if we do not radically change the pathway for parents in dispute. We tend to focus on fixing the legal system when what we need to consider deeply is embarking on a support pathway that makes the court system far less relied upon. Our children, the very people we purport to protect, carry the lasting burden of their parents’ conflict.

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