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Keeping it out of court

By | Children, collaborative law, divorce, financial, Living together/cohabitation, Mediation, News, the emotional side, the family courts | One Comment

This week is National Family Dispute Resolution week (25-29 November 2013). Family lawyers, mediators, collaborative professionals, and those who work with children are coming together to raise awareness of alternatives to court for separating families.  There are events going on all over the country, and as always we’re involved! Our Adam Moghadas has been busy.  Not only was he a guest on BBC Radio Cambridge’s Drivetime show last week, he also attended the launch of the initiative on Monday 25 November at the House of Lords.  As well as enjoying the history and theatre of the place and spotting Black…

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Greatest Hits

By | Children, divorce, FAQ, marriage, Mediation, News, the emotional side, the family courts | No Comments

This is a momentous blog for CFLP, being our 100th since we started this weekly look at something going on in the world of families, law and policy. We thought it would be a good opportunity to recap on some of the topics that seem to have caught your imagination the most, and to catch up on what’s happened in some of the areas we’ve blogged about regularly. The CFLP blog that has been retweeted and talked about the most so far is this one on The Marriage Foundation, which we wrote back in May 2012. This was a response…

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Conflict and divorce: ways of resolving a dispute

By | collaborative law, FAQ, Mediation | No Comments

Resolution, the association of family law solicitors which is committed to non-confrontational methods of resolving family disputes and to which all of us here at CFLP belong, is promoting “Family Dispute Resolution Week” this week. The ambition, which we at CFLP share, is to raise awareness of non-court based ways of working things through when relationships break down. We’ve blogged before about mediation, arbitration, and collaborative law, and we’re passionate advocates for non-court processes in appropriate circumstances –take a look at our “how we do it” page for downloadable factsheets on all the options available. Although non-court methods are sadly not…

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