What price justice?
As it happens, this post isn’t about the end of legal aid for almost all family cases, and what that means for families all over the country who are now struggling to find solutions to their problems without access to lawyers. Nor …
What children really want for Christmas
This isn’t always either a merry or a happy time for any of us, but we can do something to help make the 2014 holiday better for the children in our lives by focusing on what they want most for …
Families Begin to Turn Their Backs on Divorce Courts
A growing number of separating families in England and Wales are choosing to avoid the courts when it comes to reaching agreements about finances, children and property, according to research published by FMA a few weeks ago. The research was …
FMA Takes Further Steps To Ensure The Voice Of Family Mediators Is Heard By Policy Makers
As part of the Family Mediators Association’s drive to maintain high standards of practice and ensure the voice of its members is heard in relevant discussions about family justice at a national level, FMA chair Beverley Sayers has been asked …
The FMA has welcomed the recent announcement that ‘child-inclusive mediation’ (better known to our members as direct child consultation or DCC) is to become the norm for children aged 10 and above.