bbl family mediation is supporting Family Mediation Week which takes place from 18 to 22 January 2021. Family Mediation Week is intended to raise awareness of how Family Mediation Council registered mediators (such as here at bbl) can help separating families. Mediation is available online during the coronavirus pandemic.
When a couple decide to split, for most, this will be their first experience of separation. They will start searching for help and advice about how to resolve issues – who will the children live with? What will happen with money?
England’s third national lockdown doesn’t make it any less likely that people will be asking these questions. If anything, it simply adds to confusion, or uncertainty, about what services might be available. People may not be sure where to turn. Here at bbl our highly trained mediators are able to offer webcam mediation, which means we can still go ahead despite the coronavirus situation.
Throughout Family Mediation Week, the Family Mediation Council will be sharing information about family mediation to help people understand more about how it works, and when it might be suitable. To find out more about family mediation week visit www.familymediationweek.org.uk
If you would like to know more about the family mediation process and how it could assist you, please visit here, complete our mediation referral form using the link below or contact us on 01603 679050.