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Clare Kitteridge
Family Mediator * Lawyer * Direct Child Consultant * Professional Practice Consultant * Winner of MK Women Leaders Award 2016 for Professional Services
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Clare Kitteridge retweeted
George Mathieson 8h
If "Expert" in a Pensions on Divorce report assumes when sharing a DB scheme, for every £1 pa of income H "loses" following PSO W will gain an income of £1 pa, bin the report and start again. That is not how PSOs in DB pensions work - if it were that easy I would be out of a job
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OnePlusOne 15h
Parental conflict can have a lasting impact on children. This is an important campaign to demonstrate the need to support parents to manage conflict and communicate better for the well-being of their children.
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Clare Kitteridge 10h
So grateful for our amazing health service blood tests dealt with so efficiently,helpful staff & now watching the ambulances being cleaned thoroughly before heading back out to pick up another patient. Well done to all involved in continuing to offer the best care.
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Clare Kitteridge 16h
Replying to @byron_barrister
I can’t see how a great amount of emotional damage wouldn’t be done to the child (and also the parent) here both in the short and longer term. Very sad. Anyone know the reason?
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Clare Kitteridge Oct 20
Replying to @FamilyLawHour
A welcome change I think. The appetite may not have been there but circumstances have warranted the need to explore other tech solutions to continue to deliver the valuable service we all offer.
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Clare Kitteridge Oct 20
Replying to @FamilyLawHour
I’m not sure it’s tech issues that impact. More client perception that solicitors will not be constructive and will cause more conflict, concerns about cost etc
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Clare Kitteridge Oct 20
Always good to know we aren’t alone in our thoughts. Very hard times for all at the moment.
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Clare Kitteridge Oct 20
Replying to @CressidaBurnet
Haha I think it’s a perfect tipple after a tough Tuesday. I’m missing a download with friends/ professional colleagues too. I’ll be joining you for one later. Just got to get a certain little one to sleep first!
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Clare Kitteridge Oct 20
Replying to @CressidaBurnet
Gosh, yes I’m feeling the same. Another tough day (they seem to be regularly tough at the moment).
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Clare Kitteridge Oct 19
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Clare Kitteridge Oct 19
Replying to @MlSTERLlSTER
Great news!
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Clare Kitteridge Oct 19
Replying to @MlSTERLlSTER
Oh no. Sorry to hear. Hope he is back to his usual self very soon.
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Clare Kitteridge Oct 19
'I know you to be highly capable and empathic and trust your guidance in this matter' - great to be contacted by clients I have worked with in the past who might need my assistance again
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Clare Kitteridge Oct 19
Replying to @Mediate_Dispute
Oh this is brilliant! I need one of these 🤓
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Clare Kitteridge Oct 18
Great to be contacted by an old legal client & to hear how time has healed and improved their situation. It can be hard at the time to really believe there is a light at the end of the very dark tunnel. Grief experienced during separation takes time to heal
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Matt Haig Oct 17
New Zealand shows you don't just hope for a better world. You vote for it.
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Clare Kitteridge Oct 17
An afternoon catching up on paperwork. Reflecting on the journey my mediation couples go on during the process & particularly what they are able to achieve when they let go of unhelpful emotions & start to focus on working collaboratively
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Clare Kitteridge Oct 16
I hope change can finally come in the way we all approach this valuable service we provide to our clients.
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Clare Kitteridge Oct 16
Sadly, it didn’t translate into practice despite best efforts (it takes two) so I sought out a better way for myself and our family clients by training as a mediator & eventually leaving the law/ setting up my own mediation practice to deliver this
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Clare Kitteridge Oct 16
I remember almost dancing out of my collaborative law training. I felt that this was how it should be! I was energised. A holistic approach is deeply beneficial for clients and lawyers alike.
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