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Let’s talk about it: Making mediation the norm
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With this week’s Family Dispute Resolution Week focusing our attention on alternative methods of separation what needs to change before we see a rise in the number of people using mediation to help deal with their relationship breakdown?
Alison Bull partner and Sue Brookes senior solicitor both mediators and collaborative lawyers at national law firm Mills & Reeve
Changing perceptions is the first step towards a wider acceptance of mediation.
This article was written in support of Resolution's third Family Dispute Resolution Week running from 24–28 November 2014. This awareness-raising week aims to highlight the alternatives to court for separating couples and their families.
Support the campaign on Twitter using #abetterway #ResolutionWeek and #familylaw
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