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Steele Raymond advise South Somerset District Council on the £2,550,000 acquisition of Fitness First, Poole
Steele Raymond’s top-tier commercial property team have advised South Somerset District Council on the acquisition of the freehold interest of 54 Willis Way, Poole, the former headquarters of gym industry leader Fitness First.
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Steele Raymond expands specialist SIPP & SSAS pension property investment services nationally
South coast law firm Steele Raymond has expanded its specialist SIPP & SSAS pension property investment services nationally.
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How to setup and prepare for child inclusive remote family mediation
Talking directly with children and young people online is a relatively new practice for mediators. It is incredibly important to give children a voice during the mediation process and doing so through remote technologies is another great way to be inclusive.
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What are the benefits to online remote family mediation?
It may be sometime before we are able to safely hold family mediation sessions without social distancing rules in place. With that in mind, we explore the benefits or online family mediation.
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How should I prepare for an online remote family mediation?
Although online remote family mediations are not significantly different from those held at a physical location, there still a number of factors to consider as you prepare to mediate online.
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How do I choose a good family mediator?
So, you have decided that mediation is the best path for you and your family; but how do you ensure you select the best mediator for your needs?
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An introduction to online remote family mediation
As lockdown and COVID-19 continue to limit our access to certain services and our proximity to one another, accredited family mediator Michell Bettell explains how Steele Raymond have moved the family mediation process online.
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Coronavirus (COVID-19): A guide to family mediation during COVID-19 and lockdown
Those who may have been experiencing relationship and family difficulties before the outbreak of coronavirus are now more likely than others to be struggling to manage their living arrangements. Understandably many people will have concerns and anxieties for the future, and these will be exacerbated in the event of a family breakdown, a separation or pending separation.