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Divorce law blog

Researchers looking for participants for study on resolving divorce outside court

09/07/2012   By: Alison Bull

A group of independent researchers at the University of Exeter and the University of Kent is conducting a study on out-of-court divorce and separation resolution and looking for people to help with the research. 
They are interested in speaking to people about their experiences of using mediation, solicitor negotiation or collaborative law to try to reach an agreement about their children and/or financial issues. Participants must be willing to commit 45 minutes to 1 hour to be interviewed by telephone, for which the researchers will pay a £10 voucher.

If you wish to take part in the study, you can find out more information by clicking through to the University of Exeter website.

Given our own emphasis and experience of using alternative dispute resolution approaches, we will be watching studies like this with keen interest.

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