AFG LAW promote ‘free’ family mediation service
27th March 2015
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Jill Parratt, family law solicitor and mediation specialist at Bolton’s AFG LAW is offering free family mediation services for a limited time. Jill is registered as an ‘All Issues’ accredited family mediator with Resolution, which was formally known as the Solicitors Family Law Association (SFLA).

She has received specialised training in family mediation. Before court proceedings can occur in a divorce or separation a client must attend an initial mediation appointment.

All registered members of Resolution follow a Code of Practice that emphasises a sensitive, constructive, cost-effective and mutually agreeable approach to family law issues. Mediation is meant to produce a constructive and non-confrontation approach to divorce and separation. Resolution is the only body providing training and support for collaborative lawyers in England and Wales.

‘There are not many mediators in Bolton. To promote the fact that AFG LAW are now offering mediation services I decided to do these free of charge for a limited time.

Those interested will receive mediation advice for free and, hopefully, will be happy enough with my service to provide me with a testimonial or recommendation.’ commented Jill.

Jill advises in all areas of family law relating to the break-up of the family or relationship, specialising in applications for contact, residence and other issues relating to children. Jill acts for both married and unmarried clients on their rights in relation to property and assets upon separation. Jill advocates negotiation and mediation as a way to resolve outstanding issues. She became a member of Resolution in June 2007 and is an accredited specialist in family law.


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