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What Does A 13th Century Persian Poet Have To Do With Mediation?

Well, you may or may not be aware of the connection but Rumi (being the Persian poet) has become very popular recently, especially with people in their twenties and the... Read more

Mediation from your sofa?

We are all facing new challenges due to the Covid 19 pandemic and new ways of working for those working from home but we are beginning to adjust. Mediation has... Read more

Family Mediation Week

This week 20th – 24th January 2020 is Family Mediation Week. Mediation is a conversation worth having. John Taylor, chair of the Family Mediation Council said ‘it is not surprising... Read more

Children Act Orders: Child Arrangements Over Christmas

The festive period can be a time of great stress for separated parents and the children of divorced parents. Both parents will want to spend time with their children over... Read more

What is Civil and Commercial Mediation?

As taking court proceedings can be very costly and time consuming, a large number of people are now choosing to use mediation to resolve disputes as it can be cheaper... Read more

Sarah Spence joins the Mediation Centre with our Partner Ashwin Topiwala

Dodds Solicitors LLP are pleased to announce that Associate Solicitor Sarah Spence is now qualified as an accredited civil and commercial mediator. Sarah joins the Mediation Centre with our Partner... Read more
2nd August 2017

Separation and divorce in later life

Separating at any time of life can be a very difficult process however in later life it can feel as though you are more vulnerable as your financial security is... Read more
13th July 2016

Getting Married Abroad: What To Be Aware Of

An increasing number of couples are slashing their wedding costs by marrying abroad in most cases this can take a lot of stress out of the big day however it... Read more
11th July 2016

When is a marriage not a marriage?

This may seem like an unusual question however some couples who choose to have a religious ceremony at their place of worship may in fact not be legally married if... Read more
4th July 2016

Brexit – time for Mediation?

On the 24th June, we woke to learn that the British public had decided that the 40 year relationship with the European Union was to come to an end, citing... Read more