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Opinion  |  21:02:24
The unknown future penalty: why spousal maintenance should not be capped after a set time period
How much is a reasonable amount of spousal maintenance to pay to a spouse with a lesser or zero income, and for how long should it be paid?  These are questions put before local...
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Case Study  |  19:02:24
Supporting our local communities – Southside Family Project
As a people focused firm, we are committed to delivering the best outcomes and having a positive impact – for our colleagues, clients and communities.
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Opinion  |  05:01:24
What can I do if my child has been abducted to or from a Non-Hague Convention Country?
The Hague Convention 1980 is a multilateral treaty that establishes proceedings for the immediate return of children who have been removed from their home country. A list of Countries who have signed the Hague...
Opinion  |  13:11:23
International Child Abduction and The Hague Convention
Child abduction is probably one of the most devastating things to happen in a child’s and a parent’s life. It is often by a family member usually a parent, who takes a child away...
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Opinion  |  18:10:23
What you need to know about child abduction law in the UK
Unhappy child sexual assault in schools UK
Opinion  |  18:10:23
What will happen with my Child Arrangements case?
The law can be confusing in terms of the Court process and language used. This blog will explain what happens with a Child Arrangements case in terms of the law and procedure.
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News  |  11:09:23
RWK Goodman strengthens Family team with appointment of new Head of International Children
Kim Lehal joins RWK Goodman as a Partner in the International Family team, based in their London office.
Family Mediation Newsletter - Article 2
Opinion  |  02:08:23
How to best prepare your client for their mediation session
If you have a client who has attended a Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting, the Mediator has indicated that the case is suitable for mediation, and your client and the other party have confirmed that they are willing to engage in the process, how can you best prepare your client, for the mediation process?
What is a MAIM - RWK Goodman
Opinion  |  02:08:23
What is a mediation information and assessment meeting (MIAM)? And why is it important?
If you have a client who you think would benefit from attending mediation you may refer them to a mediator, and the mediator will invite them to attend a Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting (MIAM). But what is the purpose of this meeting? and why is it important?
Opinion  |  25:07:23
What you need to know about private Financial Dispute Resolution hearings
Find out what to expect from private FDR, including how it differs from a Court-based FDR, how the hearing will progress, and how much it can cost.
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Opinion  |  19:04:23
What’s new in family mediation?
Here we're looking at the most important news in mediation.
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Opinion  |  19:04:23
What you need to know about the government’s mediation voucher scheme
The government’s mediation voucher scheme has now been running for two years but there is still confusion about how it works. Here we consider some FAQs about the scheme.
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