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This article was published on November 20th, 2013
National Dispute Resolution Awareness Week is taking place from Monday 25th to Friday 29th November and HOTpod – the Collaborative Law Service for High Peak, Oldham & Tameside – is staging an event to raise the profile of the service and to show how it can help families who are experiencing a family breakdown and want to avoid going to court.
National Dispute Resolution Awareness Week is being co-ordinated by Resolution – the national family law association – and HOTpod’s drop-in event will be taking place from 4pm to 7pm on Wednesday 27th November at Va Bene in Glossop.
The event is open to anyone who is looking for some free advice from a collaborative lawyer, a mediator or support coach. Thorneycroft’s family solicitor Chris Bowen will be there along with financial professionals and family consultants all of whom will be on hand to listen to specific queries and to share their knowledge on a no obligation and confidential basis. Attendees will also enjoy free drinks and nibbles.
Thorneycroft is a member of is a HOTpod along with a number of businesses based in the area including PDA Financial Planning, Cheshire Mediation and a number of professionals who live and work locally.
If you are thinking of divorcing or separating and you would like some advice pop down and see us on the 27th, or alternatively call Chris now on 01625 503444.
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