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Training for Mediators

In this video Louisa explains the training that mediators have to undergo and the requirements. It’s helpful for mediators to have a very broad spectrum of knowledge. There’s also a hint about a recent training course and how this might impact upon the work done at LKW Family Mediation. If you’re a family law professional watching this then please visit our training page or get in touch.

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A tour of the mediation room

Here at LKW Family Mediation we understand how daunting it can be to start mediation. This fear can be exacerbated by not knowing what to expect. In this video we give you a tour of one of our mediation rooms and the facilities we have. We hope that this will help to alleviate some of the fear that can exist around the unknown.

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What the heck is a MIAMS?

You may have read something about MIAMS online? Or you may have been told by your lawyer that you need to see a mediator for one? But you may be utterly confused as to what this entails and what you need to do and why. This video explains more about MIAMS (Mediation Information and Assessment meetings). It talks about when you might need one and why and what they entail.

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Mediators: Stop pulling up the ladder

This post has been building in my head for a little while and I’ve gone back and forth on whether it’s an appropriate post for the blog which generally concentrates on tips and ideas for clients. Having mulled this over I have come to the conclusion that if you’re passionate about mediation then this must surely be an issue that has to be raised to ensure the sustainability of mediation for the foreseeable future, and beyond. So I’ve thrown caution…

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I’ve separated from my partner: what do I do next?

So you’ve either made the decision to separate from your partner, agreed this would be best by way of a mutual decision, or have been told by your partner that they feel the relationship is at an end. What the heck do you do next? A quick google search will throw up countless pieces of information, blog posts, articles and general comments – how do you know what’s good advice and what isn’t? Well firstly there isn’t a right way…

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Top 10 tips for separating couples

We have recently put together a downloadable pdf of our top 10 tips to help separating couples to work together as constructively as possible. It follows our approach of helping couples who separate to find a resolution that is tailor made for them, and their children, through constructive discussion. You don’t need to be a client to download this. It is free to anyone who feels that it might assist. So please feel free to download it and share with…

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