Are you a couple serious about using mediation to obtain a positive outcome to resolve outstanding issues between you and intent on helping others benefit from your experiences? If so, then the contents of this post will be of interest to you. Alternatively, if you are reading this post and you know someone who could benefit from the mediation process then please share this post with him/her.
And if you have read Fathers Matter or any of my posts or writings on the subject then you will know that I am all in favour of resolving conflict without court proceedings and, to that end, in exploring the merits of all forms of alternative dispute resolution including mediation. A previous post on this blog Time to Focus on Mediation addresses changes brought about by the Children & Families Act 2014 and the emphasis on the importance of mediation. The post also highlights that utilising mediation as a means of settling disputes is still not that well known in the public domain, which is something this new BBC2 documentary series seeks to address – by raising public awareness on the matter.
The aim of the series is to explore the work of the National Family Mediation service and evaluate how the process can assist couples in a sensitive, informative and balanced way. If you would like to obtain more information about the mediation process or the TV series itself and what your participation would involve then please do contact the TV production company now as they are seeking to find suitable parties to participate in the programme over the coming 8 weeks – full contact details provided below. I understand that enquiries will be treated in the strictest confidence and there is no obligation to participate.
Splitting up or divorcing? Already separated but need to agree what happens next about your home, children or finances?
If you’re looking for a low cost separation, want to avoid court or hoping to keep things amicable, then we’d like to hear from you.
A BBC documentary series is working with National Family Mediation, the largest provider of family mediation in England and Wales that provides highly qualified family mediators to help separated couples come to agreement on vital issues.
1 in 3 marriages in Britain end in divorce, yet few people know there is a positive way to resolve practical problems and move forwards. We’re looking for separating/separated couples who could use mediation and are prepared to share their experience to help others learn about it. If you need help and are interested to know more about this ground-breaking series, please contact Rhiannon on 07502112208 or Rhiannon@wildpictures.co.uk
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