Family Mediation North East Ltd.

Our offices are in Newcastle Quayside, Ashington, Sunderland, Gateshead, Berwick,  North Shields and Durham

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Family Mediation North East Blog

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.

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Not a lot is known about family mediation and there are lot of confusing myths that exist around mediation. We've written a blog to dispel some of those myths and provide more clarification as to how mediation can help separated couples.

At Family Mediation North East we've written a blog explaining how separated couples can sort out their property or finances disputes in family mediation.

At Family Mediation North East we are often asked how can separated couples can sort out the arrangements for their children in family mediation so we've written a #blog to provide more information.

Parents are often in dispute about children’s maintenance following their separation or in other circumstances where there is a lack of trust. The mediation process can help parents share relevant information and make the best decisions for the children.

So you’ve separated from your partner. What happens next? A quick Google search brings up hundreds of websites, blogs, articles – how do you know what is good advice and what is not?

Going through the emotional journey of a separation or divorce is tough. Then when all the practical issues that you face are considered such as where to live, what is happening with the children and who is paying the mortgage, it can become overwhelming. Family mediat...

Legal advice is not given in a mediation process but it has become more common for the services of solicitors to be “unbundled”. Instead of a solicitor receiving instructions to act on your behalf and charge at the solicitor’s hourly rate, many solicitors offer a fixed...

For a financial settlement to be binding it is important that you both disclose to each other your respective financial positions. This would be the same whether your settlement was reached through mediation, through solicitors or through the court.

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