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Keeping Children out of conflict: What to do when you’re not on the same page?

Posted by Nick Arora on 14 January 2019 in categories: Blog , Family Mediation

This is the second in our series of blogs on Keeping Children out of Conflict. Our first blog explained what it really means not to argue in front of them. In this blog we will be looking at what to do when you feel like you and your partner are not on the same page about anything. An issue we… Read More »

Do millionaires divorce differently?

Posted by Louisa on 11 January 2019 in categories: Blog , Family Mediation

If you’ve ever wondered whether millionaires & billionaires divorce differently, then you are about to find out.  Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon, who is reported to be worth $137 billion and the world’s richest man and his wife, Mackenzie, of 25 years, have recently announced they are going to be divorcing.  So how are the divorces of millionaires different from… Read More »

Keeping children out of conflict: What it really means not to argue in front of them?

Posted by Nick Arora on 07 January 2019 in categories: Blog , Family Mediation

If you ask those not currently in the difficult swamp of having relationship issues then they may find the idea of not arguing in front of children a more simple concept. For those who are finding each day with their partner difficult, or waiting for the right time to break the news that they want out – or on the… Read More »

Our top 5 tips to get the best out of attending family mediation?

Posted by Nick Arora on 17 December 2018 in categories: Blog , Family Mediation

If you’ve both made the decision that resolving issues arising out of your separation in family mediation is the way forward then you may wonder how you can get the best out of the process. You may wish to ensure the discussions are as constructive as possible; you might want to consider how you can keep the costs down by… Read More »

Considering Separation or Divorce?

Posted by Louisa on 10 December 2018 in categories: Blog , Family Mediation

Considering separation or divorce? This is a guest blog by Karen Marshall from Love Coaching You.  There is a link to Louisa and Karen’t joint facebook live talking about this further down the page.  Karen can be found via the following links: LoveCoachingYou.com Twitter@LoveCoachingYou FB@LoveCoachingYou Considering separation or divorce is an emotive question and will mean something different to everyone… Read More »

Should we stay together for the kids?

Posted by Nick Arora on 03 December 2018 in categories: Blog , Family Mediation

This is a topic that comes up in family mediation from time to time. We sometimes see a couple who recognise that their relationship is not working well and one has taken the decision to end it but the other felt they should have stayed together until the children left home so as not to ‘break up the family’. This… Read More »

What is a good divorce?

Posted by Nick Arora on 26 November 2018 in categories: Blog , Family Mediation

This is a particularly leading question for some of the people that come to us for family mediation. How on earth can a divorce ever be good we can hear people saying. Well sometimes both parties accept that the relationship has reached the end of the road and that it needs to end and they want to do it as… Read More »

Do you need a lawyer when you separate?

Posted by Nick Arora on 19 November 2018 in categories: Blog , Family Mediation

This is a question that we get asked a lot by clients that have come directly to family mediation rather than seeking advice from a lawyer first. Often both clients have come to the conclusion that their relationship has reached the end of the road at the same time. They want to maintain an amicable relationship and they have some… Read More »

They didn’t see the children that much anyway……….

Posted by Louisa on 12 November 2018 in categories: Blog , Family Mediation

Lots of the blog posts we put up come from conversations with clients or things we see a lot in family mediation.  We are always of the view that if one separating couple is struggling with someone then another separating couple may well be too and it would be helpful to put some guidance and support out there to help… Read More »

What’s new in 2019?

Posted by Louisa on 05 November 2018 in categories: Blog , Family Mediation

From the moment I set up LKW Family Mediation I have had an almost constant stream of ideas for things that would benefit clients and help with life after separation and coping with divorce.  I also wanted to assist other professionals to help clients too, and to understand more about family mediation.  The difficulty has always been having enough time… Read More »

From the moment I set up LKW Family Mediation I have had an almost constant stream of ideas for things that would benefit clients and help with life after separation and coping with divorce.  I also wanted to assist other professionals to help clients too, and to understand more about family mediation.  The difficulty has always been having enough time to put together the structure for these ideas.  There is, after all, only one of me!  I have learnt during the 5+ years since I set up LKW Family Mediation that things are much better if I concentrate on one project at a time and properly focus on this.  It is really hard sometimes but it means my ideas are much more likely to become reality!

 

 

I have been developing various things over the course of 2018 and I am delighted to share that the following will be coming in 2019:

 

Downloadable webinars for anyone going through a separation.  The idea is that you can download an hour’s webinar that will provide you with practical information and skills to help you manage that particular aspect of your separation.  I really hope that this will be invaluable for coping with divorce and separation.  They will be a very affordable price and will hopefully be an invaluable tool for separating couples

 

I have expanded training programme for 2019 for other professionals to help ensure that they are working with clients who are separating to achieve the very best outcomes for those clients.  That programme will be published soon.  I am just putting some finishing touches to the videos explaining each training course.  For more information on the training courses have a look at the Facebook Live.

 

 

There is also a book coming and I will reveal more about that as we go through 2019.

 

2018 brought you online mediation which has proved to be really useful for some people and I really hope that these new services will provide just as popular and helpful.

If you’re separated from a partner and want to keep up to date with our latest developments to see if there is something that can help you then please sign up to our free mailing list.  If you’re a fellow professional working with separating couples then you can also sign up to our free professionals mailing list to access resources to help your clients.

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