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Loss is something common to us all. No-one can escape this suffering during their lifetime. The sad passing of grandparents, parents, friends and colleagues or the tragic early loss of a child.
When families suffer loss, each relative may respond to the grieving process in a different way. This may lead to misunderstandings, miscommunication and judgment which may give rise to conflict. This will only add further stress, anxiety and worry to an already very painful situation.
If you or your family are arguing over any aspect of inheritance, contact Amber Law today for a compassionate and empathetic holistic approach to resolving your dispute, towards conciliation, peace of mind and heart.
Mediation is a process where two or more people in conflict decide to ask for the support and guidance of an independent Mediator to assist in them clearing misunderstandings and building better communication towards resolving matters they cannot agree upon.
This option has an 80% success rate in the UK. It takes less time than court proceedings, is cheaper and empowers parties to make their own way towards an Agreement, rather than have final decisions affecting them, their families, employment or other significant matters affecting their lives, decided by a Judge and imposed on them by Court Order. In this way, Mediation is also less stressful and worrying than impending court battles. There is also opportunity to heal relationships and unite people.
Amber Law offers a Client Well-being Network of professionals, associations, charities and trained volunteers who can offer continuing support and guidance in the areas of mental, emotional, physical, spiritual health, and family life.
Our holistic services includes assistance with access to educational opportunities, CV writing to find gainful employment and access to re/housing.
Conflict and legal problems not only affects the client but also all those with whom they share significant relationships.
Our Courses raise awareness about the causes and effects of conflict and legal problems, why we have an individual and collective responsibility towards supporting those individuals affected, including their children, family, friends, work colleagues and employers and how to effectively do so.