Reaching agreements for children away from courtJuly 8, 2015 12:07 pm | This post was written by mmadigital | Posted in: Family
Reaching agreements for children away from court is an essential part of Resolution’s ‘Manifesto for Family Law’.
Resolution’s 6,500 members are family lawyers and other professionals committed to the constructive resolution of family disputes with a non-confrontational approach. Members encourage solutions that consider the needs of the whole family – and in particular the best interests of children.
Nina Fedorski is the only Didsbury based solicitor who is member of Resolution. She aims to see divorce and separation handled in ways which reduce conflict and stress for those involved, and above all, minimise the impact on children.
Resolution have put forward a ‘Parenting Charter’, to clearly set out what children should be able to expect from their parents if they are separating, and what separating parents need to do in the best interests of their children. The hope is that with clear expectations, and a greater understanding of their rights and responsibilities, it will be easier for parents to reach joint agreements on how to parent their children, through and after the huge emotional turmoil of a separation
Nina is both a family lawyer and a Family Mediation Council Accredited Mediator and can advise you on how to navigate the issues around separated parenting.
There are many options, with court available as very much a last resort.
Please contact Nina for an initial discussion if you are trying to plan the arrangements for your children at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0161 434 9991