Family Mediation North East are proud to announce we've been working on a fresh new look to our website, which we will be launching next week on Monday 25th Novem It's important to us that our website is clear and accessible for our clients, and we hope this new look can ensure you can browse our website easier to access our vast knowledge of #familymediation and the #separation process. #familymediation #separation #divorce #accessibility #children #childrenarrangements #par
#FamilyMediationNorthEast are proud to announce we've been working on a fresh new look to our website, which we will be launching next week on Monday 25th November. It's important to us that our website is clear and accessible for our clients, and we hope this new look can ensure you can browse our website easier to access our vast knowledge of #familymediation and the #separation process.
If your marriage breaks down, separating your finances with your ex-partner can be very challenging but it is often key to helping you move forwards. Whatever settlement you decide can affect you for years to come so it’s important to get it right. Grounds for Divorce The person who starts the divorce process is known as the ‘petitioner’ or “applicant for the divorce” and the other party is the ‘respondent’. The single ground for divorce is the irretrievable breakdown of the
Our clients often tell us that separating can be stressful – but that mediation was able to help them move forward and sort things out. Often this is because we offer a comfortable, calm, place to plan a way forward. In contrast to trying to sort things out on your own, arguing at drop-offs, or feeling lost; our clients say that being in a neutral place helps them communicate about what needs to be sorted out, and how they can do so. That’s why at Family Mediation North East
When we’re facing big decisions about the future, we often rely on the help and support of others. Seeking different perspectives, impartial advice and more information can allow us to answer those big questions in new and better ways. This is no different when you’re making decisions by yourself, with others or about others – and it’s also the case where you can’t agree. Using mediation to resolve disputes provides a great way of getting support, and then using this to sort
As mediators, we come into contact people at a vulnerable time in their lives. This can be as a temporary or a permanent situation. Some of our clients are temporarily vulnerable due to the pain and grief of a separation. For others who were already facing challenges such as disability or mental health problems, these have been exacerbated by separation. The Department of Health (2015) definition of a vulnerable adult is someone aged 18 or over who is, or may be, in need of c
Settings are always important; from movie sets to office spaces, where we do things is almost as key as what we do there. Often people’s first question when enquiring about our services is where we are, it’s a question we’re always proud to answer as we offer a service that’s accessible to all our clients. From our vast range of venues, to the waiting areas and facilities that are in them, to the rooms in which we help people; we’re passionate about ensuring that you’re in th