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When a close friend is facing the end of a relationship it's natural to want to support them. What is the best way to do this? ...

Family Positivity for Children during the lockdown

A negative family situation at home can be stressful for everyone, including any children who live in the household. Right now that’s exacerbate...

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Promoting a low-stress family environment in self-isolation

A lot of the guidance about self-isolation seems to assume your household is a happy one, where spending 14 days together is relatively easy. For many...

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Temporary measures pending an end to the COVID-19...

The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged all of us to live our lives differently, whether that’s the way we work, how we buy essential items like fo...

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What impact will the UK lockdown have on...

The UK lockdown in response to the spread of the Coronavirus COVID-19 has brought many aspects of life to a grinding halt, from your work commute to y...

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Co-parenting during social distancing and self-isolation

By now, most of us are familiar with the rules of social distancing – including what constitutes acceptable daily exercise or an essential journ...

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High Court rules against ‘money-go-rounds’ in divorce

Hiding assets during divorce proceedings using so-called ‘money-go-round’ structures is no way to avoid a large divorce settlement, follow...

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We are here for you: a COVID-19 update

Client support is one of our highest priorities at Marcia Mediation. Care for our clients does not waiver during this time of social distancing and in...

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Till debt do us part: The financial impact...

Money worries are a commonly cited factor in divorce, especially if one partner is significantly better or worse with finances than their spouse. But ...

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What to do if my partner won’t attend...

Often in divorce cases, one party thinks that if they dig in their heels, the problem will just go away. They may do this in a variety of different wa...

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Self-care during divorce: A guest blog by Helen...

Today we are featuring a guest blog from our esteemed colleague Helen Carouzos, founder of Helen Carouzos Psychology, a private psychology practice pr...

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Getting the most out of a MIAM: How...

Before you can start family court proceedings for children or finance related matters, you must attend a Mediation Information & Assessment Meetin...

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Tips for better communication during your divorce

Communication is crucial to a healthy relationship, and the people we are closest to in life are usually the people who help us to solve our problems,...

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Meet Marcia

A pioneer for mediation since commencing legal practice as a family solicitor some seventeen years ago, Marcia has worked exclusively as an independent mediator since 2004, focussing initially on family mediation, and latterly on work place mediation.

Marcia’s accreditations include Family Mediation and she is a qualified child consultant practitioner. Her associations include the Professional Mediators Association and Resolution.

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