Relationship Theory for Family Practitioners

18 OCT 2005

Andrew Baines, Solicitor and Mediator, Wrigley Claydon Solicitors, Todmorden. The author states that those involved with family breakdown have realised that the sometimes narrow and isolated approach of the legal profession, courts and associated professionals have been increasingly unable to provide a solution to the difficult and, often, intransigent problems presented by relationship and family breakdown. Andrew Baines thinks that the individuals who survive and prosper on divorce or relationship breakdown are those who have been able to transcend their problems, finding their solutions from a higher level than that which gave rise to them. See November [2005] Fam Law 904 for the full article.

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