A new law introducing ‘no-fault’ divorces is expected to come into effect in Autumn 2021. The Family Mediation Trust remains dedicated to helping separating couples resolve all issues arising from their separation in a non-collaborative way.
Norfolk and Cambridge Family Mediation Services to merge as The Family Mediation Trust to create a stronger organisation, better able to reach and serve more families across the East of England.
In our latest AGM we reflected on The Norfolk Family Mediation Services’ success from the year 2019 and assessed the agreement between the NFMS and CFMS to form The Family Mediation Trust.
In our latest AGM we assessed the agreement between the NFMS and CFMS to form The Family Mediation Trust, in addition to reflecting on the success of the Cambridge Family Mediation Service from the year ending December 2019.
The following guidance has been given on 24th March 2020 by The Rt. Hon. Sir Andrew McFarlane, President of the Family Division and Head of Family Justice. It is helpful for informal and Court Ordered arrangements for children;
Norfolk Family Mediations Service remains committed to the provision of legal aid funding for mediation across Norfolk.
On the 28th of June, the service said a final farewell to one of its hardest working mediators. Lansley passed away on the 30th May following a hard fought battle with cancer.
A third off the cost of mediation for those on less than the minimum wage.
The Norfolk Family Mediation service is pleased to announce that it has been awarded over £9,000 of Lottery funding.
Norfolk Family Mediation Service is now offering evening appointments in our Norwich Office.
We received a letter this month that started with “Her Majesty The Queen has asked me to send you...”
From referral or first phone call to the MIAM taking place we have managed to reduce the time to less than 5 days.
Michael Mack took on the role as the new CEO for the Norfolk Family Mediation Service on the 1st January.