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The world: according to Milo (aged 2½)

Date:6 NOV 2014
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Gillian Krajewski Mediator

The parents’ conflict over their 2½-year-old son had escalated dramatically over a period of a few months. Wider family members had become involved and the dispute was spiralling out of control with appeals to the police children’s services anyone and everyone. Despite having both been highly engaged in parenting when the family all lived together one parent had not seen the little boy Milo for over 2 months. Shortly before a first court hearing dad decided to look into mediation. He met the mediator on his own with extended family members coming to the venue with him in support.

After the meeting with the mediator the dad decided he wanted to go forward with mediation.

Mum was invited and also came to meet the mediator on her own - with her own family member also coming along to the venue in support.


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