Thursday 21st January 2021, 19.00 to 20.00
Our mediators help families to resolve and prevent disputes through joint decision making, minimising the use of courts in a timely and cost effective approach.Learn More
In our SPIP we help to manage conflict between separated parents for the best interests of your children.Learn More
Inheritance mediation explores the options of achieving a satisfactory settlement when a loved one dies.Learn More
The Centre for Excellence will explore ways of maintain excellence in mediation through training and research.Learn More
At this time when it can be almost impossible to co-parent, Sarina sets out how she has approached the challenges of adjusting her parenting arrangements, dealing with the problems of having to isolate and of sharing of school work.
Please find answers to all your questions regarding the cost of mediation
Legal aid and reduced fee rates could support you through the process of mediation
Everyone has a lot of questions - we have gathered some of the most frequent here
Mediation is delivered across the East of England; find your nearest location
Questions regarding the Separated Parents Information Programme
Additional resources that can help you through mediation and separation
Helping children spend time with both mum and dad: the story of Nigel, Emma and JakeLearn More
Avoid a stressful court battle while also saving money: the story of John and ZoeLearn More
Financial mediation in later life provides a clean break: the story of Ron and BarbaraLearn More
Keeping in contact when a child moves abroad: the story of Penny and her parentsLearn More
Effective mediation in cases that include domestic abuse: the story of Jane and DavidLearn More
PPC and Accredited Mediator
Delivering professional mediation to the trust for 18 years, Jane brings her vast experience of family law to conduct child inclusive mediation sessions.
PPC and Accredited Mediator
Accredited family mediator, supervisor and trainer through the College of Mediators, Adrian has focussed much of the last twenty years training and developing mediators and supervisors.
Having worked as a lawyer for over two decades, Debbie has spent the last 3 years delivering professional mediation across Norfolk.
As a former primary school teacher, Rebecca will be bringing experiences from both mediation and teaching in to her work in Norwich.
Sue brings her vast teaching background to Child Inclusive Mediation and supports people of all backgrounds through online media.
Wendy brings her extensive experience as a solicitor to her mediation practice where she has provided support across Cambridge for 15 years.
Specialising in family law, Helen’s vast experience as a solicitor has resulted in her providing excellent mediation across Cambridge for 25 years.
With more than 12 years’ experience as an Accredited Family Mediator , Ruth is also an accredited Systematic Practitioner and presents the Separated Parents Information Programme.
Mike provides the team with the support needed to run a professional service and to support the charity objectives.
Jayne provides the Norfolk Family Mediation Service with office support and is the one you will speak to on the phone.
Rosemary responds to your enquiries and will be the person on the other end of the phone.
Sam works on responding to your enquiries online and over the phone.
Two of the Trusts Mediators and the CEO will be hosting a free to attend Q & A session for those that would like to understand how mediation works, the session will cover issues such as: - What does mediation cost? - How do you access legal aid? - What is a MIAM? and why do I need to attend one? - Will I have to speak to my ex-partner - Do mediators provide legal advice? To attend you do need to book. Simply complete