Family Mediation: All you Need to Know. FLiP 5

In this episode of the FLiP podcast we discuss the family mediation process, answering commonly asked questions including how it works, what it can cover and how much it costs. FLiP Director Elizabeth Fletcher leads the discussion with our Head of Mediation, Dominic Raeside. Dominic’s family mediation practice is focused on helping couples reach a consensus about their future as it relates to their children, finances and housing. Dominic mediates both domestic and cross border family disputes including international child abduction and child arrangements. Many separating couples would like to come to an amicable agreement about their children or financial affairs without resorting to litigation or relying on negotiations through solicitors. Family mediation can create a safe space to help you to reach an agreement, whether or not you have appointed solicitors. For more information on family mediation at FLiP, contact Wendy Hoare, our mediation coordinator, at E: or T: 020 7420 5000. Click here to view our dedicated website page on family mediation. Click here for a Q&A blog on family mediation.   Other links: FLiP’s Website: Elizabeth Fletcher of FLiP: Dominic Raeside of FLiP: LinkedIn: Facebook: Twitter:

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Family Law in Partnership is a specialist family law firm who take a unique approach to family law. FLiP balances their exceptional legal expertise with care and compassion, delivering intelligent and creative solutions while carefully managing any emotional impact. Whether you are going through a divorce or making financial arrangements before or after you marry, FLiP will guide you through every turn with expertise and reassurance, always in partnership. FLiP offer unrivalled expertise across all process options, whether that involves going to court, mediation or arbitration, for example, selecting the best process for your particular case, providing first rate legal guidance and clarity around your options. Divorce and separation, whether children are involved or not, can be a distressing and difficult time. FLiP are always looking for better ways to help their clients through the process so they have developed a hub of emotional and practical support to enhance the wellbeing of their clients. And the latest addition to this wellbeing hub is the introduction of this podcast series.