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Divorce law blog

Family lawyers should not always get a bad press


23/03/2012   By: Katherine Kennedy
Family law has changed over recent years and, while there may still be “Rottweiler” divorce lawyers out there, there is a clear – and welcome – cultural shift towards a much more holistic approach to family breakdown.

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Direct consultation with children in mediation


05/01/2012   By: Alison Bull
Alison Bull recently qualified to provide direct consultation with children in mediation, adding to the array of services Mills & Reeve's dedicated family lawyers can provide their clients. Very few mediators currently hold the qualification.

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Justice Minister confirms the Government is “taking one step at a time” on compulsory mediation


24/02/2011   By: Sue Brookes
Justice Minister Jonathan Djanogly appeared on Radio 4 yesterday to discuss the mediation pre-action protocol, which has been formally announced by the government this week. 

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New pre-action protocol for mediation meetings launched


23/02/2011   By:
Nigel Shepherd of Mills & Reeve LLP appears on BBC 5 Live to comment on the Government's launch of the new pre-action protocol for mediation assessment and information meetings.

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