mediation

Child Inclusive Mediation Update Day

As part of the new standards for child inclusive mediation, mediators who are currently trained to consult directly with children and young people are required to attend a one day professional development day to have an opportunity to update their practice to encompass the new model for child inclusive mediation. This course will be held at Resolution's Central Office in London Bridge.

Can mediators be sued?

Mediators clearly have a great deal of influence over the structure and conduct of the negotiatio...

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Hybrid Mediation

Resolution members are committed to keeping issues that arise between couples on a relationship breakdown out of court. One of the ways in which our members achieve this is through hybrid mediation. Hybrid mediation brings together the best of both the family and the civil mediation models.

Child Inclusive Mediation Update Day

23rd September – Online - As part of the new standards for child inclusive mediation, mediators who are currently trained to consult directly with children and young people are required to attend a one day professional development day to have an opportunity to update their practice to encompass the new model for child inclusive mediation.

Child Inclusive Mediation Update Day

As part of the new standards for child inclusive mediation, mediators who are currently trained to consult directly with children and young people are required to attend a one day professional development day to have an opportunity to update their practice to encompass the new model for child inclusive mediation. Please note: this course will be held online.

Common claim errors

The purpose of this document is to highlight the key Mediation claiming issues that continue to b...

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Family mediation

Almost always, problems are best solved when people talk. But sometimes you need a helping hand. When relationships end or there are disagreements, emotions can run high and talking face-to-face can seem like the hardest thing to do. Sometimes you need help to get the talking started and focus on what really matters to you and your family. That’s where mediation comes in.