Research and statistics divorce and family law
Dispute Resolution Quiz – are you really walking your talk?
It’s short and it’s essential – so go ahead and do this quick quiz to prove that you are indeed walking your talk when it comes to promoting dispute resolution. ONLY MEDIATORS AND COLLABORATIVE LAWYERS are eligible for this quiz (anyone else is going to get a very low score!) Click here… “The […]Read More
Tomorrow’s Child Exhibition – 1001 Critical Days Manifesto
Without a name, an unseen face Without a name; an unseen face and knowing not your time nor place, Tomorrow’s Child, though yet unborn, I met you first last Tuesday morn. The beginnings of this poem by Glenn Thomas was read by Ray Anderson during his TED conference talk regarding sustainability, but today its […]Read More
Survey of law firms effectiveness in promoting Dispute Resolution
Survey to measure how law firms promote DR and how well they do it: How does your firm measure up? I believe there are two reasons why the majority of law firms I observe who offer dispute resolution, fail to proactively promote it. I think it’s about time someone pointed them out. […]Read More
Do Sick Babies cause Divorce?
An inspirational story by a mother who describes the strain on her marriage when one of their twins is born with brain damage. Sarah’s Story Study on bereaved parents and divorce In an article entitled Bereaved Parents and Divorce by Dr Mark Hardt Ph.D. & Dannette Carroll, it is reported that in […]Read More
The average cost of divorce in the UK
I’ve just received a copy of the survey conducted recently for the Legal Services Board (LSB). The LSB wish to understand how the price of common legal services purchased by individual consumers changes over time and this research sought to establish a set of baseline prices paid for a number of relatively straight forward scenarios. […]Read More