What is Child Inclusive Mediation?

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A Mediation Information and Assessment Meeting, (MIAM) is the first step that separated parents usually take before attending court to try to resolve conflict around a range of child arrangements including schooling, living arrangements, and travel abroad. This mediation does not usually include the child.

What Happens at Children Hearings in the Family Court

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If you’re going through a divorce or separation and there are children involved, it can be hard to agree on how much contact you’ll both have with them, particularly if there’s a high level of conflict between you and your ex-spouse. If you can’t come to a suitable arrangement, an application will need to be made to the Family Court, which will intervene. As a result, you’ll have to attend one or more children hearings.

Cross-Examination and Representing Yourself in Court

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What’s it really like to cross-examine someone and be cross-examined? If you’re representing yourself in court, you might be asking yourself that very question and wondering how to prepare yourself for the courtroom. As long as you plan ahead and stick to your plan, you can avoid any unwanted scenes.

5 Family Law myths debunked

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When it comes to Family Law, there are a lot of myths and misconceptions floating around which might make it hard for you to know what to believe. It can be even more difficult to separate fact from fiction when … Continued