Tag Archives: family law

It’s brilliant: Family Dispute Resolution in the UK

I just attended the annual Dispute Resolution conference sponsored by Britain’s legal family DR organization, Resolution. It was among the ……

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United Kingdom: Family mediation-arbitration

This advanced workshop in the UK will focus on challenges facing family mediator-arbitrators in both Canada and the UK….

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Self represented litigants: Mediation: Is there hope?

The National Self Represented Litigants Project just published an “Open Letter to the Canadian Judiciary”. It is a thoughtful and ……

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Why is family court so expensive?

An experienced family lawyer, mediator, arbitrator- and passionate advocate for family law reform– explains why family court is so expensive. …

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Working with Unrepresented Parties in Family Law

Tips for family lawyers negotiating with parties who do not have counsel….

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What is Family Law Dispute Resolution?

What are the key features of all family law dispute resolution options? How do I choose?…

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