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Hunter, Alexis

Alexis Hunter Family Law

Phone 0141 404 0124
Email: amh@ahfamilylaw.co.uk
Website: www.ahfamilylaw.co.uk

Address:
Cartside House, 1/7 Clarkston Road, Cathcart
Glasgow
G44 4EF
Scotland Cartside House, 1/7 Clarkston Road, Cathcart
Glasgow
G44 4EF
Scotland

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I became a mediation enthusiast about 30 years ago when a client told me about a mediation service which he had used and it changed the way that he and his former wife dealt with each other and helped their children have a healthy relationship with each of them.  From there, I began to make enquiries about mediation and initially trained with Family Mediation West, now part of Relationships Scotland, and thereafter with CALM.  I have been mediating with both organisations for over 20 years, including sibling mediations, three generation mediations and mediations where the parties are of different nationalities.

I fervently believe that if parents could learn to communicate well with each other following the breakdown of their relationship that this helps to provide a better outcome for their children. I work hard to help parents work co-operatively to focus on their children’s best interests.

I have also been involved with many issues at mediation helping parties to resolve their property and financial matters from simple cases where there were few assets to complex cases with many properties and businesses.  I have also been working with financial advisors who help stage payments taking advantage of the new pension rules. 

I have been an advocate of the benefits of mediation for a very long time having seen at first hand that working together to achieve agreed terms, taking account of each family’s individual needs, circumstances and geographical situation is not always something which can be explored and ordered in a Court situation.

Mediation is not an easy option as both parties have to work towards agreed terms but mediation can be set up at times convenient for the parties, at appropriate intervals for them allowing for discussion with Solicitors should that be necessary and each session is set at a pace which is appropriate for them.  Mediation allows for individual decision making and a consensus between the parties which is not something that can be achieved within a Court case where a Sheriff makes a decision for the parties and their children. 

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I became a mediation enthusiast about 30 years ago when a client told me about a mediation service which he had used and it changed the way that he and his former wife dealt with each other and helped their children have a healthy relationship with each of them.  From there, I began to make enquiries about mediation and initially trained with Family Mediation West, now part of Relationships Scotland, and thereafter with CALM.  I have been mediating with both organisations for over 20 years, including sibling mediations, three generation mediations and mediations where the parties are of different nationalities.

I fervently believe that if parents could learn to communicate well with each other following the breakdown of their relationship that this helps to provide a better outcome for their children. I work hard to help parents work co-operatively to focus on their children’s best interests.

I have also been involved with many issues at mediation helping parties to resolve their property and financial matters from simple cases where there were few assets to complex cases with many properties and businesses.  I have also been working with financial advisors who help stage payments taking advantage of the new pension rules. 

I have been an advocate of the benefits of mediation for a very long time having seen at first hand that working together to achieve agreed terms, taking account of each family’s individual needs, circumstances and geographical situation is not always something which can be explored and ordered in a Court situation.

Mediation is not an easy option as both parties have to work towards agreed terms but mediation can be set up at times convenient for the parties, at appropriate intervals for them allowing for discussion with Solicitors should that be necessary and each session is set at a pace which is appropriate for them.  Mediation allows for individual decision making and a consensus between the parties which is not something that can be achieved within a Court case where a Sheriff makes a decision for the parties and their children. 

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