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Best family mediators in London says Legal 500 UK 2019

October 30, 2018

Family Law in Partnership is delighted to have been named the “best set of mediators in London” in The Legal 500’s latest directory of the UK’s top law firms. The Legal 500 UK 2019 names Family Law in Partnership’s Head of Mediation, Dominic Raeside, as a leading individual for family mediation together with Ruth Smallacombe, Gillian Bishop, James Pirrie

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Parenting After Parting – Thursday 14th June 2018

May 22, 2018

Our next Parenting After Parting course is on Thursday 14th June 2018. The course will take place at the offices of Family Law in Partnership at 1 Neal Street, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9QL from 10.30am to 2.30pm. There will be a short break for lunch. The course will be led by Family Law in Partnership’s

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Dominic Raeside, Head of Mediation, wins The Legal 500 2018 Private Client Award

February 27, 2018
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Family Mediation Week 2018 – Family Law in Partnership special offer

January 10, 2018

Family Law in Partnership supports Family Mediation Week 2018 with a special offer for new enquiries of free half hour mediation sessions during Family Mediation Week. Find out more below. Research shows that mediation is often the best way for families to resolve conflicts. It is proven to be faster, less costly and – crucially

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Parenting After Parting Dates Announced

October 18, 2017

Our next Parenting After Parting workshop will take place over two evenings from 6.00pm to 8.15pm on Tuesday 31st October and Tuesday 7th November 2017. The workshop will be run by our Head of Mediation Dominic Raeside and Ruth Smallacombe. The sessions cover what to say to children about divorce and separation, how children can be affected when parents split up, how to

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New Parenting After Parting Dates Announced – Thursday 15th June & 22nd June 2017

April 10, 2017

Our next Parenting After Parting workshop will take place over two evenings from 6.00pm to 8.15pm on Thursday 15th June and Thursday 22nd June 2017. The workshop will be run by our Head of Mediation Dominic Raeside. The sessions cover what to say to children about divorce and separation, how children can be affected when parents split up, how to help children manage

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Family Mediation Week – FLiP quoted in Solicitors Journal

January 24, 2017

Family Mediation Week takes place this week (23-27 January 2017) with Family Law in Partnership offering free half hour mediation sessions for new mediation clients. Family Mediation Week also features in an article “Family mediators call on lawyers and judges to be more supportive” in Solicitors Journal online (23rd January 2017) with Family Law in Partnership mediator

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New Parenting After Parting Dates Announced – 31 January and 7 February 2017

January 23, 2017

Our next Parenting After Parting workshop will take place over two evenings from 6.00pm to 8.15pm on Tuesday 31 January and Tuesday 7th February 2017. The workshop will be run by our Head of Mediation Dominic Raeside and fellow mediator Ruth Smallacombe. The sessions cover what to say to children about divorce and separation, how children can be affected when parents split

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Family Mediation Week 2017 – Family Law in Partnership special offer

January 17, 2017

Family Law in Partnership supports Family Mediation Week 2017 with a special offer for new enquiries of free half hour mediation sessions during Family Mediation Week. Find out more below. Research shows that mediation is often the best way for families to resolve conflicts. It is proven to be faster, less costly and – crucially

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The benefits – or otherwise – of settlement conferences in children cases

December 19, 2016

In this article Dominic Raeside, Head of Mediation, examines how effective settlement conferences can be in children cases. As a mediator, if there is one thing I’ve learned from my 30 years of mediating several thousand cases (mainly private law), it is that to be successful you have to move parents from positional bargaining and

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