Family mediation can be used in a whole range of situations, but the most common issues that are brought to mediation relate to a child or children and to finances and property after divorce or separation.

Here are some of the issues that Novo mediators deal with every day:

  • Where children are going to live, and who with
  • What arrangements should be made for the child to spend time with a parent they aren’t living with
  • Communications between parents
  • Handovers and managing things like phone calls, Skype, texts
  • Schooling
  • Holidays and special days (e.g. birthdays)
  • Parenting plans
  • Maintenance: who should pay for what, how much and for how long.
  • Extended families
  • Step-family issues
  • Whether a child should relocate to another country, and if so what special arrangements might need to be made to protect the child’s relationship with any family staying in England and Wales.
  • What should happen to the family home, including the mortgage or rental agreement, and what should happen to the contents.
  • What should happen to any cars.
  • What should happen to any bank accounts, building society accounts, or savings.
  • What should happen to any pensions.
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