7 questions you should ask your client when you consider Arbitration in family finance cases
I have prepared an Arbitration information document for solicitors, mediators and clients to use as a simple checklist.
If you would like to download the document, please give me a few details and you can access the document for free.
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A new way toward resolving family disputes
I have qualified as a Family Law Arbitrator, this means that I am able to help people to resolve their family related disputes outside court, at times that are convenient to them and wherever they wish to.
The Family Law Arbitration scheme was introduced in England and Wales in March 2012, there are a few qualified Arbitrators who are able to conduct this type of work.
If you would like to know more about the Family Law Arbitration scheme, please look here for more information.
A new day - a new procedure
How to proceed with Arbitration?
As Arbitration was only introduced in March 2012, many people (Judges, barristers, Solicitors, Cilex members and clients!) are still getting to grips with this new process.
In order to assist everyone, three fellow Arbitrators at FamilyArbitrator have drafted a checklist to use in anticipation of the first appointment with the Arbitrator.
It would be enormously helpful if readers of this article could take the time to have a look at the checklist and give us some feedback. Any feedback given on this website is confidential and I don't need to publish your comments (if you don't want me to!). If you would like to be involved at the beginning of this new and positive dispute resolution process, get involved with the debate here or on the associated Linkedin group.
Thank you for your time and many thanks to FamilyArbitrator for letting me use their checklist on my site.