May 5, 2022

Why mediation is still important in No-Fault Divorce  

By Nicki Mitchell, Mediator and Collaborative Family Lawyer No-Fault Divorce – which dispenses with the ‘blame game’ – makes it easier for couples to manage their separation and work together to avoid lengthy, costly, and stressful court disputes. The ground-breaking changes in the law, which enables divorces to be completed in just six months, will […]

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