Christmas Tips from a Mediator

Families argue at Christmas. I put this down to Too Much or Too Little.  Too much time together. Too much to eat and drink, too much expectation and disappointment, but mostly too much said, after too little thought.You could mediate Christmas; I think you’d...

Workplace Mediation

Conflict at work is inevitable in a thriving innovative environment. For example, competition between teams or individuals may bring out the best in people, particularly if there is a prize or reward for the most successful. A state of ‘Healthy’ competition is good...

Co-habitation

Couples embarking on a new relationship often move in together. Some couples will live in a house one of them already owns or rents some may decide to buy a property together. The careful couple will usually make an agreement when they buy together setting out who...

Divorce Resolution Options

“Help! I’m getting divorced. Do I need a family lawyer? A family mediator? A Collaborative Family Lawyer? I need to understand about family law – where should I go first?” When you split up there’s a plethora of options which can be bewildering. Everyone has an...