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

In mediation we often see clients come up against issues where one, or both, of them feels like the trust that they once had has been broken. Something that has happened between them as partners could have broken their trust and this might mean that they do not feel ab...

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.

It can be frustrating if you think your ex won’t want to try mediation to sort things out. It's difficult in the heat of a conflict for both people to think about being sitting in the same room with each other never mind trying to negotiate together to get things s...

October 1, 2018

Going through a separation or thinking about divorce? As part of #MediationAwarenessWeek, Family Mediation North East are offering free half-hour consultations.

One of the first things that you’ll be likely to do now that you’ve made the decision to separate is to tell your children. This can understandably be something that you dread. You may fear your children’s reactions, be worried about hurting them or it may make the sep...

When you are attending a mediation session it’s key that you prepare yourself as the process can be difficult, but rewarding as it provides a unique opportunity to make lasting successful arrangements. Below are some of our tips about preparing for mediation, through...

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?

As well as dealing​​ with your own loss, parents have the task of protecting their children from conflict and limiting the damage that separation can cause. There is a strong body of research that concludes if parents want their children to have good mental health afte...

Death, moving house and divorce are among the most stressful life events you can go through. The pain of separation can be very similar to the rollercoaster of grief. Relief, guilt, failure and freedom are just some of the many feelings you may experience when your rel...

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...

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