（Family practice series）
Sweet & Maxwell, 1997
- : pbk
大学図書館所蔵 件 / 全17件
Includes bibliographical references (p. 497-506) and index
With the emphasis on mediation in divorce introduced by the Family Law Act 1996 matrimonial lawyers need to be aware of how they can integrate mediation with their existing legal skills. Family Mediation is a practical guide which clearly explains the mediation process to lawyers and outlines the ways in which they can become involved. It takes the reader through each stage of the mediation process, explains how to interact with other professionals, and gives advice on the role of the mediator in particular situations.* A guide to family mediation specifically aimed at lawyers* Takes a practical approach and provides an overview of mediation theory* Contains wide-ranging advice on mediation tactics
Family mediation - process and principles. Deciding to go to family mediation. Different approaches to family mediation. Language and communication skills. The mediation process - opening stages. Mediation concerning children. Mediating on financial issues. Managing power imbalances in mediation. Dealing with deadlocks. The memorandum of understanding - or misunderstanding? How can family mediation be measured? Becoming a family mediator, developing family mediation skills. The future of family mediation.
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