THE CLOUDS ARE PARTING
THE CLOUDS ARE PARTING

24 January 2019

The clouds are parting is the theme for day four of Family Mediation Week.

It aims to help show separating couples to see a way through the mediation process, offering a structure and a clear pathway.

Throughout the day blogs will be released which you can find on the Family Mediation Week blog page www.familymediationweek.org.uk/category/blog/

Among them is a helpful article from Marcia Mediation called Find the light again with a clear action plan and an article called The clouds are parting – starting to see a way through, by Philippa Johnson, chair of the FMA, which has organised the week.

In the video section you will see Bill Hewlett from Civilised Separations discuss how a child will feel after speaking to a mediator and Ashley Palmer, co-author of The Handover Book, talks about the book and how it can be used to enable parents to co-parent effectively.

To find out more about the book visit www.thehandoverbook.co.uk

At Phillips Solicitors we offer a mediation service through our sister company Town Gate Mediation.

If you would like to get in touch with Town Gate Mediation, please call Hayley Eachus on 01256 854633 or email [email protected]

To find out more about Town Gate Mediation visit www.phillips-law.co.uk/town-gate-mediation

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