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The Stress Of Divorce: How To Survive It (Video)
In conversation – family lawyer and accredited mediator Suzanne Kingston and family consultant and accredited mediator Suzy Power discuss how the breakdown ...
UK
24 Jul 2018
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Separation And Divorce: Talking To Your Children (Video)
In conversation – family lawyer and accredited mediator Suzanne Kingston and family consultant and accredited mediator Suzy Power discuss the impact of separation on children and what you should say and when.
UK
19 Jul 2018
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Separation And Divorce: Does Mediation Work? (Video)
In conversation – family lawyer and accredited mediator Suzanne Kingston and family consultant and accredited mediator Suzy Power discuss how valuable mediation can be in resolving family disputes.
UK
12 Jul 2018
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Reflections On My Experience As A Family Arbitrator In 2017
When we first started discussing the prospect of arbitration for family law, the possibilities seemed immense but the practical reality a long way off.
UK
10 Jul 2018
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Separation And Divorce: Avoiding A Court Battle
The majority of Withers clients would view the need to conduct any family disputes (divorce, separation, children and financial settlements) ...
UK
10 Jul 2018
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Survive And Thrive – How To Manage And Move On From Your Divorce
Divorce is widely recognised as being one of the most stressful life experiences there is. Whether you have made the decision to end the marriage unilaterally, together ...
UK
6 Jul 2018
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UK Family Law: Myth Busting Mediation
Having been a mediator for more than 20 years, I am an advocate of the process and fully support the Family Mediation Week initiative.
UK
29 Jan 2018
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Family Law And Brexit – Where Are We Now?
Since our last newsletter there have been some significant developments in the journey towards the UK's exit from the EU. Most notably the European Union Withdrawal Bill (2017-2019)...
UK
15 Nov 2017
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Mediation: The First Step For Resolving Divorce
Separating can be very stressful, with opposing points of view on lots of issues making it difficult to reach agreement with your partner on the essential aspects of your divorce.
UK
6 Feb 2017
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Eyes Wide Open
Pre-nuptial and postnuptial agreements are increasingly popular among wealthy individuals who wish to protect their personal or family wealth from the unfortunate consequences...
Singapore
19 Sep 2016
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The Dawn Of A New Era For Resolving Disputes In Relation To Children
We have a lot to celebrate with the recent launch of the new Children Law Arbitration Scheme.
UK
1 Aug 2016
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The Benefits Of Arbitration In Family Law
The Institute of Family Law Arbitration (IFLA) launched the Financial Arbitration Scheme in April 2012.
UK
4 Feb 2016
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Comparing Family Law In England & Wales, Hong Kong And Singapore: More Similarities Than Exceptions
The main distinctions between the jurisdictions feature in relation to civil partnerships, same sex marriages and civil unions.
UK
18 Jun 2015
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Pre-Nups And Post-Nups To Be Binding In England
The Law Commission of England and Wales published their proposals for the law on Qualifying Nuptial Agreements to be put before Parliament at some point in the future.
UK
8 Jun 2014
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Law Commission Report On Pre-Nups – What Does It All Mean?
The Law Commission for England and Wales today published its report on Matrimonial Property, Needs and Agreements.
UK
10 Mar 2014
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Family Arbitration To Take Centre Stage
18 months after inception, Family Arbitration is now firmly up and running in England and Wales.
UK
24 Feb 2014
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The Road Ahead For Family Law?
In March the Institute of Family Law Arbitrators (IFLA) was established and Arbitration, the newest form of Dispute Resolution in family law was created.
UK
22 Aug 2012
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Family Law News - July 2011
On 18 June 2011, the EU Maintenance Regulation (EC No 4/2009) came into force, replacing what has colloquially been known as ‘Brussels I’ (Council Regulation No 44/2001) for all issues arising in the family context which relate to maintenance.
UK
20 Jul 2011
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Jaw Jaw Not War War
On 6 April 2011, a Pre-Action Protocol was launched together with the New Family Procedure Rules. In essence, now in every family case - whether financial or involving children - solicitors are obliged to consider whether or not they should refer their client for a Mediation Information Assessment Meeting (MIAM).
UK
18 Jul 2011
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