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Understanding family mediation

2,487 views 2 months ago
A short guide to family mediation.

If you're splitting-up or getting a divorce, family mediation can help you sort out arrangements with your ex or other family members.

Family mediation helps all sorts of people: married and unmarried, parents, grandparents, step-parents and young people can all take part.

For more information on family mediation or to find your local mediator in England Wales visit:

http://www.familymediationc...
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