Five Top Tips for preparing for Family Mediation

Five Top Tips for preparing for Family Mediation

Mediating your divorce or separation is an opportunity to try and settle your case without going to court. However, to be successful, you must be well prepared. Follow our FIVE TOP TIPS to help make your mediation a positive experience:- BE PREPARED Be prepared for...
No Fault Divorce

No Fault Divorce

As a member of Resolution, Evolve Family Mediation supports no fault divorce. The current law says that unless you have been separated for two years with consent, or five years without, you have to divorce on the grounds of adultery or behaviour. In 2016, the majority...

My top tips for a successful mediation are:-

Be ready and don’t rush: it is important that you feel emotionally ready, and able to think rationally before you start mediation; Look forward and not back: try and focus on the future, rather than dwelling on recriminations for what has happened in the past; Be...

Why MIAMs matter

Since April 2014 any person wishing to start most court proceedings relating to divorce must first attend a Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting (MIAM). The MIAM should be seen not as a necessary hurdle to get through before commencing court proceedings, but...

How does mediation work? 3 Steps to mediation success

If you are considering mediation as an option for sorting arrangements on divorce, then you will want to know: how does mediation work? Here are three steps to mediation success. The first step in the mediation process is to have an initial meeting with the mediator. ...

Why Evolve Family Mediation? 5 Things You Need to Know

What distinguishes Evolve Family Mediation from other family mediation services:   Its founder, Rebekah Gershuny, is a very experienced family lawyer, and is therefore best placed to ensure that the arrangements that are reached in mediation fall within the framework...