Dominic Raeside addresses 1st Family Conference in Thessaloniki, Greece

 

FLiP’s Head of Mediation Dominic Raeside will address Greek mediators on Friday 1 March 2024 at the 1st Family Conference in Thessaloniki, Greece on the development of family mediation in the UK. He will provide “A mediator’s perspective from No Mediation to Mandatory Information Assessment Meeting Session (MIAMS) and How Mediation became the default process for the breakdown of the families.” Sir Bernard Rix, Professor of International Commercial Law and formerly Lord Justice of Appeal, has also been invited to address the delegates.

As a mediator, Dominic is focused on helping couples to reach a consensus about their future as it relates to their children, finances and housing. Dominic mediates both domestic and cross border family disputes including international child abduction, access and custody cases.

Having worked for many years in the Courts advising the judiciary in contested children’s matters and previously having worked in the field of adult psychiatry, Dominic has a range of skills, knowledge and experience which he uses to help his clients to reach agreement. His work has earned Dominic a reputation as one of the most experienced and respected mediators in the country. For a number of years Dominic held the prestigious role of the Family Mediator member of the Family Justice Council.

For further information on Dominic and his mediation practice, visit his website profile here. To learn more about family mediation services at Family Law in Partnership visit our dedicated website page here.