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Thameside Collaborative Lawyers and Mediators Meeting

The next POD Meeting will take place on Thursday 5th March 5 pm Russell Cooke, Kingston.  

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Thursday 6th June 2019 Thameside Collaborative Lawyers and Mediators POD Meeting

At 5 pm Morrisons, Teddington  

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Wednesday 13 February 2019 at 5 pm: Thameside Family Collaborative Lawyers and Mediators POD Meeting

Thameside Family Collaborative Lawyers and Mediators POD Meeting at Russell Cooke, Kingston Upon Thames

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Thursday 13 December 2018: Thameside Collaborative Lawyers and Mediators Pod

Meeting, Christmas Dinner and Extraordinary General Meeting

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Resolution’s Good Divorce Week 28 November 2018

Keeping kids first helps minimise fallout from family breakdown Thameside Collaborative Lawyers and Mediators support Resolution’s Campaign for a change in the law to reduce the fallout from divorce on children, after figures released today revealed the impact of conflict between separating parents. In a new poll, 79% of the population agreed conflict from divorce

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Thameside Collaborative Lawyers and Mediators Training

on Wednesday 14 November 2018 Pensions on Divorce presented by Paul Cobley

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Thameside Collaborative Lawyers and Mediators Pod Meeting

Jo Sullivan:  How to build a healthy Collaborative Practice

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Thameside Collaborative Lawyers and Mediators Pod Meeting

Presentation by Florence Terry: Stop Seeing Red Florence, who is a BACP accredited counsellor/psychotherapist, was previously a family law solicitor. She specialises in anger management and is keen to work alongside divorce lawyers where unresolved anger issues preclude the possibility of reaching agreement. She gave an interesting talk on how to recognise the different ways

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Thameside Collaborative Lawyers and Mediators Pod Meeting

The topic for this meeting was Kids Come First Sponsorship

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Resolution National Awareness Raising Week

Thameside Collaborative Lawyers and Mediators supported the Resolution initiative on raising awareness on the lack of rights for cohabiting couples and the need for reform. Sir Vince Cable visited the offices of Stone Rowe Brewer LLP and met with Lisa Broddle and Therese Nichols to discuss the current law and the reforms needed which he

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